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Pattaya-Najomtien road becomes illegal trash dump

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PATTAYA:--Najomtien residents want police to crack down on the illegal dumping of garbage along a local access road.

 

The 50-meter stretch of access road running parallel to Sukhumvit Road between Najomtien Soi 8 and Soi 10 opened March 28, 2018, but is bordered by open ground.

 

The road used to have “no dumping” signs, but those quickly disappeared. Residents say the rubbish is stinky and unsightly and want police to fence off the area and increase surveillance to catch the dumpers.

 

Read more: https://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-najomtien-road-becomes-illegal-trash-dump-292326

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2020-03-25—

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One of many around the area...and once again no mention of where the official government run dumps are located.

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8 minutes ago, johng said:

One of many around the area...and once again no mention of where the official government run dumps are located.

Are there actually any that are accessible by the general public?

 

I live East of Pattaya, and when I had some garden waste to dump I went to the Orbotor to ask where, and nobody could answer.

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24 minutes ago, Susco said:

Are there actually any that are accessible by the general public?

I don't think there are any  full stop..thats why they are never mentioned.

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So how's that plastic bag ban doing for cleaning up thailand?

 

Hey, go ahead and speak up at the success it's been.

 

FYI, I live in the dark side and many of the 'back roads' are lined with garbage, and have the requisite don't dump here or 2000b fine posted...

 

Think the ones in charge give a hoot?

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Now it's like every other Rural Road in Thailand then...Bravo !

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Posted (edited)

Offer money to those that rat on the fly tippers. 

Here is the catch though.... then do something about it!

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4 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Looks like my first Thai wife front yard after i moved out.

"first"???

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I often wondered how someone can just unload rubbish along side a road...then I moved to Thailand...

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3 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Now it's like every other Rural Road in Thailand then...Bravo !

I don't know which part of rural Thailand you're referring to, but in our neck of the woods there's nothing remotely like that horrible mess I see in these photos. We have a communal disposal area that we pay 100 Baht per month for so the village and the surround area keeps pretty much litter free.

 

One does have to tolerate a bit of burning now and then, however it's not on a serious scale.

 

A low population density does have its benefits.

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1 minute ago, mok199 said:

I often wondered how someone can just unload rubbish along side a road...then I moved to Thailand...

You can't have traveled very much!

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6 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Looks like my first Thai wife front yard after i moved out.

Well, she had to make some room so her "brother" could move in.  🙂

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