the Police had on Monday at a review of some trash that had been thrown off a cliff at the bottom of the traktørstedet Pomlenakke near Hesnæs on the island of Falster.
They took Tuesday off to look at svineriet. Here took the officers some papers which got them to the suspected an 18-year-old man. The police got hold of the man, and subsequently found to also forward to a 20-year-old man, as the man suspected to be an accomplice.
The two young men learned so the hard way, that it does not pay to dump their waste in nature, since they were set to clean up after themselves and stand to get a fine, because the kind of the starting point is a violation of the naturbeskyttelsesloven, and in more extreme cases can be a violation of environmental law.
The two men were charged with violations of environmental law, and it is because there was no coolant among the waste that goes into hazardous waste.
- collection program diverts closes and then the people begin to throw their waste around out in nature, and it is not just a green solution, we have to say, explains the duty officer at Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster Police to Ekstra Bladet.
The two men crept to the cross, and went in and cleaned up after themselves, but it was not in their justification, that they had dumped their waste in nature because of the closed disposal stations.