RUBBISH previously littering a Nineteenth Street Renmark block has been relocated to a Tapio Street yard, angering nearby residents.
FED up by the actions of illegal dumpers, locals are calling on Riverland councils to lower waste fees or find alternative solutions to curb the ongoing issue.
TRASH previously littering a vacant Renmark block has been cleared – to the relief of nearby residents.
TROLLIES full of trash, broken pallets, piles of food scraps and endless mounds of junk have littered a vacant Renmark block for months, sickening “fed-up” locals.
“DISAPPOINTING” and “annoying” are the two words a local councillor used to describe the rubbish illegally dumped along the Stott Highway, near Loxton, over the October long weekend.
A LOCAL mayor has urged members of the public to be vigilant after a Renmark resident witnessed a case of illegal dumping near Ral Ral Bridge over the weekend.
A LOCAL MP has comm-ended the new partnerships formed between local and government environmental groups and their efforts to tackle illegal dumping in the Riverland.
A CASE of illegal dumping to save a few dollars has seen a Riverland couple hit with hefty fines after they were identified from the trash they left near a local primary school earlier this month.