This can't be legal!

ROBBYBOBBY64

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I went down river to a spot i have found some good stuff only to find that someone dumped right on top of my bottle dump. Pissed me off! Tons of porcelain tile 1x2 foot tiles. Alot broken from ripout. Very dangerous i snow boarded down about ten feet on a piece. Not fun. I am not going to go near it again. This can't be legal, is it?
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likely not legal but the odds of catching whoever did it are slim and I don't even know how you'd even begin to go about trying to clean up that mess
 

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Its not as hard as you think. It has to be the building in the first and last picture at the top of the bank. They are doing alot of work see the pallet of brick and cement. I just followed the obvious trail. Shut down now for cor-19. No one cares about the trash in the river. If they did it would be cleaned up
 

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We are a small town on the passaic river which basically is a flowing garbage dump. The cities no doubt having more people would have a bigger problem. I know alot flows down river from who knows where. The passaic falls looks like a Little Niagara Falls of trash. Amazing cause every spring they line up shoulder to shoulder fishing for strippers against the dam.
 

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People are not doing as good as they used to. They try to save money with a guy that does it on the side. Instead of getting and paying for a professional job. The price is cheaper cause they illegaly dump the debris. People save money and the rest of the world suffers for their great deal on the work.
 

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Its not as hard as you think. It has to be the building in the first and last picture at the top of the bank. They are doing alot of work see the pallet of brick and cement. I just followed the obvious trail. Shut down now for cor-19. No one cares about the trash in the river. If they did it would be cleaned up
Sad really is
 

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They don't want to bring it to the landfill, costs $$$. I would say its illegal but every town is different with its laws. I'm sure it happens more than we think. :mad:
 

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