MEDIEVAL finds that were preserved in an ancient rubbish dump
in Newcastle city centre have been described as some of the richest discoveries ever in the city.
Supply of five rubbish dump
trucks with tipping containers.
Having turned Huddersfield into a dump they will then have succeeded in turning the countryside into a rubbish dump
Fire fighters on Tuesday were trying to control a blaze that broke out near the rubbish dump
of the village of Trimiklini in Limassol.
The former Corrie actress, 28, sprang into action at her local rubbish dump
in combat print joggers and leather jacket.
THIS is the shocking sight in a Liverpool cemetery after fly-tippers used it as a rubbish dump
workers waded through mounds of garden waste in a recycling skip to find a wedding ring.
To keep Karranah beach clear of rubbish (and a lot of other areas too), why doesn't the government build a rubbish dump
where people can take their rubbish, dump it in skips and the government can either recycle it or incinerate it?
In Mariutia, an area named after a canal that used to irrigate the fields on both sides before Haram became a densely populated district, a huge rubbish dump
, 100m wide and deep, defies all basic rules of hygiene and aesthetic values.
The slum was built on a rubbish dump
that was buried by a landslide.
Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs will close Jeddah's Al- Nakheel rubbish dump
and turn the area into an amusement park at a cost of SR 29.
1 : to search through quickly and roughly often to steal something <He was left with enough time to rifle through a rubbish dump