Rubbish cleared from Welwyn Garden City driveway
A SKIP-LOAD of junk dumped on the driveway of a woman's new home has been removed for free by a WHT reader. After reading our front page story last week, Dean Thomas, who owns D and T Rubbish Cleaner, leapt into action He cleared up the mess yesterday (Mo
A SKIP-LOAD of junk dumped on the driveway of a woman's new home has been removed for free by a WHT reader.
After reading our front page story last week, Dean Thomas, who owns D and T Rubbish Cleaner, leapt into action
He cleared up the mess yesterday (Monday), allowing Susan England full access to her newly-bought house in Raymonds Close, WGC.
Dean, of Golden Dell, WGC, told the WHT something had to be done to sort out the "health hazard".
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Broken glass, loft insulation, pipes, leaflets, plastic, carpeting and more was covering the drive.
The 37-year-old said: "It was bang out of order that the rubbish was left there.
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"It wasn't her fault. In my eyes it's fly tipping.
"It's a health hazard, so I am sorting it out for her for free."
Ms England, who had called the situation "soul destroying", was delighted when the WHT contacted her to pass on the good news.
"It's wonderful news," said the software developer, who is moving into the area from Oxfordshire with her teenage daughter.
"We had to clear some of it just to get into the house, so for it go completely is great."
As reported last week, the waste had been returned by a skip hire firm after problems with the house's previous owners over an unpaid bill.