Woman's anger after hundreds of batteries dumped outside her Doncaster area home

A woman was given a rude awakening – when she found hundreds of batteries dumped outside her home.

Thursday, 30th January 2020, 10:21 am
Updated Monday, 3rd February 2020, 11:17 am

Jess Guyevr woke this morning to discover piles of the black batteries discarded in front of her home in Belton – and is now appealing for help in tracking down the flytippers who left them.

She said: “I wasn’t happy.

“There must be 200 to 300 batteries.”

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Hundreds of the batteries were dumped in Belton.

She made the discovery at about 8.40am outside her home in Carrhouse Road.

She added: “My dad is currently moving them into one pile so they are not scattered around.”

The Nissen produced 6v batteries are normally used for powering road safety lamps in and around the site of roadworks.

If anyone has information about the flytipping, they can contact Jess directly via Facebook or contact North Lincolnshire Council on 01724 297000.

Incidents of flytipping can also be reported at the council’s website HERE