VALE of Glamorgan Council enforcement officers attended to two incidents of fly-tipping in an area of the old Five Mile Lane, in Barry, on Saturday, May 9.

A Vale council spokesman said: “The council is aware of this instance of fly-tipping and officers have been sent to clear the waste.

“Anyone with any information on the incident is asked to contact the council.

“Our environmental enforcement officers regularly patrol known fly-tipping hotspots and respond to any reports relating to this offence.

“Fly-tipping is a crime and an issue we take extremely seriously.

“Anyone found to be committing this type of offence could face serious consequences, which include being issued with a fixed penalty notice”, prosecution, fines of up to £50,000 or even imprisonment.”

Anyone with information can call, in confidence, 01446 700111 or email