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Verona unloads bulky waste in bins: Twenty-six-year-old fined யூ 600

Verona unloads bulky waste in bins: Twenty-six-year-old fined யூ 600

Verona, a A fine of 600 euros Per Dropping bulky waste out of bins XXVIII at the meeting point via January, in Santa Lucia. That’s all he has to pay A 26 year old The resident, with the support of some acquaintances, creates real waste by dropping various items near certain tanks, including chairs, various furniture, mattress nets and two windows.

Illegal dumping of waste in Verona: Case

The amount of items dropped was reported by some citizens to local residents. On the spot, some people who were approaching the area again were stopped by the neighboring police.

It was questioned whether they were responsible for the unloading operation commissioned by an acquaintance. In their defense they announced that they had made specific deals with Amiya, who would have handled the collection of waste. However, inquiries with the municipal agency denied the existence of these agreements because there was no reservation.

At the end of the checks, the agents raised a fine of 600 euros for the owner of the 26-year-old bulky waste living in the area. Total waste collection methods. After booking by phone on 0458069213, the local police remind you that the collection of bulky waste is carried out free of charge by Amiya, as it is active from 7.30am to 1pm on Mondays and Fridays; Mondays and Thursdays from 2.30pm to 5pm.

Materials, mainly furniture and furnishing materials, mattress, large appliances (refrigerators, gas cookers, dishwashers, washing machines, televisions, computers, printers …), bathroom fixtures (e.g. toilets, bathtubs, washbasins .. .) Local and private residences and must be placed in nearby bins after 9pm by the owner.

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