Dear Manchester Waste Regulation Authority – re licenses: BLAKELY’S WASTE MANAGEMENT LTD. / T. CRAWLEY’S BOLLOCKS


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re license BLAKELY’S WASTE MANAGEMENT LTD. DISPOSAL LICENSE WML/0744/MO2 (EAWML: 53612) CARRIER LICENSE CB/QP3219JU SIC CODE 38.11Att: http://meetings.gmwda.gov.uk/mgUserInfo.aspx?UID=267

Councillor Elaine Sherrington – please help Oswaldtwistle right this wrong

Councillor Elaine Sherrington
Title: Executive Member for Recycling and Waste Management (Councillor)
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To whom it may gravely concern:

Please contact June Smith of the Ossie Meeting Flies Group Regarding the above noted licenses of Mr. Blakely’s waste management failure of a recycling business and learn why the entire community of Oswaldtwistle is seeking to have his licenses immediately and unequivocally revoked.

Could you also investigate the company believed to be T Crawley’s? I’m sorry and no further identification of this company was included on Blakely’s ‘Carrier to Disposer’ notices. If they hold licenses with yourselves, they also need to be immediately revoked.

June smith, a longstanding member of the Ossie community, can be contacted via facebook through the community meeting group noted above.

Thank you for your care and concern into this very serious matter.

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http://www.facebook.com/groups/426790694030165/

June Smith

  • 10 people like this.
    • Catherine Barnes this looks better x
    • Gail Bailey brilliant that june.x
    • Tracy Slater about bloody time a job well done june
    • June Smith thats only the start of it…whats buried and what chemicals will be disturbed again is another thing…ive got lots of people who have told me about the chemicals buried up there and they are very very dangerous to all people on ossy, just one barrel of some war chemical (of which is buried) can wipe out the whole of Ossy!! so think on!….next step is to get this land sealed off again and a notice put on it to make sure it is not disturbed AGAIN!!…… Thanks for all your support but just because the flies are going please please DONT think this is over…..because its NOT! xxxxx
    • June Smith Must say it is nothing to panic over YET” but please be aware on the outcome…..thanks x
    • Tracy Slater shittin nora thats bad
    • Anne Haworth if its reburied it can be disturbed again. and we might not find out about it next time. it needs just disposing of properly this time. not burying

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