Thursday, June 30, 2011

Who's going to clean up this mess?

According to an update on the news last night, the owner cleaned it all up yesterday afternoon. Turning to the media works.


Anonymous said...

It's illegal dumping. Not exactly the property owners fault, but yes, they are required to clean it up. How much do you think it costs to legally get rid of all those illegally dumped tires?

Anonymous said...

sent to John J. Doherty, Commissioner
Department of Sanitation:

I would never dump tires or anything else. But sanitation makes disposing of tires very difficult. You have to bring them to a sanitation garage yourself. This is unless you are having your tires replaced at a service station where they will charge you a small fee to take them. Someone has tires w/rims their garage and no car. Or cannot lift them How do they dispose of these? Pay someone to do it for you if you can afford it and hope they don't dump them?

Sanitation should have a service similar to picking up of refrigerators where you call for an appointment and they pick the tires up.

Anonymous said...

That amount of tires is not dumped by individual car owners, it is likely dumped by a shop or tire or tow company.