The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs confirmed that some vehicles had been buried at Wingmoor Farm, about two miles from Bishops Cleeve, Gloucestershire. A spokesman said: “Following review by specialist teams, some of the vehicles involved in the response to the incident in March have been moved to a hazardous waste landfill site. Our priority is making sure that the identified sites are safe, so they can be returned to use and Wiltshire can get back to normal.
“There is absolutely no risk to the public of using hazardous waste landfill sites. These locations are fully sealed and highly regulated to ensure waste is disposed of safely. This is controlled by regulation, overseen by the Environment Agency, which specifically ensures that sites are not prone to flooding or other hazards.”
Tony Mackinnon, a member of Bishop’s Cleeve parish council, said: “I would have thought the risk to the public is vanishingly small.”
PRESS PAUSE: "This is controlled by regulation, overseen by the Environment Agency, which specifically ensures that sites are not prone to flooding or other hazards.” Mmmmmm! The EA who protected their own property next to Zane's Home and watched as the ‘historic landfill’ (unregulated and unsealed) flooded. Point here also proves even the safest of regulated sites pose a danger when flooded.
Zane died, Authorities lied
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