Monday, February 12, 2007

Welsh landfill quarry was secret chemical dump

Today's Guardian reveals how a Welsh quarry was used as a secret chemical dump for years by an unscrupulous owner. How safe is Hafod from leaking its landfill waste?

The wasteland: how years of secret chemical dumping left a toxic legacy
Monsanto helped to create one of the most contaminated sites in Britain

The old toxic waste dump at Brofiscin quarry smells of sick when it rains and the small brook that flows from it gushes a vivid orange.
Barton Williams, its owner, says he had no idea exactly what lies below his land, or how dangerous it is. "It's leaking, isn't it? It's the wrong colour. They haven't told me what's in there. The Environment Agency hasn't been open about what's in it at all and the council didn't even tell me it was toxic waste when I bought the land. They only told the public three years ago."

He remembers tankers dumping drums, slurry and sludge from the Monsanto chemical works in Newport and elsewhere in the 36-metre deep quarry on the edge of Groesfaen village near Cardiff. "They just tipped it in, anything really. They were lax in those days."

Groesfaen, now a Cardiff commuter village, is full of recently built £250,000 executive homes - some right on the edge of the quarry. Today, the many newcomers know little of the scale or nature of the dumping of carcinogenic and other chemical waste between 1965 and 1972. The tip, which was unlined, never had a licence for chemical dumping and water pollution was forbidden.

The first most people knew that something was wrong was in 2003 when vile smells escaped from the quarry and drifted over the village. The local Rhondda Cynon Taff council warned people to stay away but said there was no immediate health danger.

"People are worried about the value of their properties, they hope it will just go away," said one woman, who asked not to be identified, this week.

Previously unseen Environment Agency documents from 2005 show that almost 30 years after being filled, Brofiscin is one of the most contaminated places in Britain. According to engineering company WS Atkins, in a report prepared for the agency and the local authority in 2005 but never made public, the site contains at least 67 toxic chemicals. Seven PCBs have been identified, along with vinyl chlorides and naphthalene.

The unlined quarry is still leaking, the report says. "Pollution of water has been occurring since the 1970s, the waste and groundwater has been shown to contain significant quantities of poisonous, noxious and polluting material, pollution of ... waters will continue to occur ... the council is of the opinion that the metal drums will continue to deteriorate over time releasing poisonous, noxious and polluting materials," it says.

Villagers are angry that they were not told the exact condition or contents of the tip. "We do not know about this report. If there is still leakage and there is any danger, then it must be cleared up as soon as possible," said a local councillor, Jonathan Huish.

Douglas Gowan, the pollution consultant who first investigated the site between 1967 and 1973 for the National Farmers' Union, after reports of dead cattle and deformed calves in the vicinity, is one of the few people to have witnessed the landfilling of chemicals at Brofiscin. In 1967 he convened a team of toxicologists and engineers and took soil and water samples for analysis. His reports were sent to the Welsh Office but not acted upon. In a report requested by the Environment Agency of Wales last year, he states: "From 1969 to 1973 [we] actively monitored the site and witnessed not just landfill tipping in regular hours, but also dumping at night. Most of the waste came from Monsanto and I believe that almost all contained some amounts of PCBs. I saw ... vehicles dumping slurry, liquids and tars as well as ... open drums."

Even as Monsanto and other companies were sending chemicals to Brofiscin and a nearby dump, Maendy, from 1965 to 1972, in St Louis, Missouri, company executives were alarmed. From 1965 onwards evidence had been accumulating from around the world of widespread contamination from PCBs and related chemicals. PCBs were being reported in wildlife, human milk, and water, and had been found in British fish in 1967.

Internal company papers show that Monsanto knew about the PCB dangers earlier. Toxicity tests on the effects of two PCBs in 1953 showed that more than 50% of the rats subjected to them died, and all of them showed damage. With experts at the company in no doubt that Monsanto's PCBs were responsible for contamination, the company set up, in 1968, a committee to assess its options. In a paper distributed to only 12 people but which surfaced at a trial of the company in 2002, it admitted "that the evidence proving the persistence of these compounds and their universal presence as residues in the environment is beyond question ... the public and legal pressures to eliminate them to prevent global contamination are inevitable".

It expected legislation, but papers seen by the Guardian reveal near panic. "The subject is snowballing. Where do we go from here? The alternatives: go out of business; sell the hell out of them as long as we can and do nothing else; try to stay in business; have alternative products", wrote the recipient of one paper.

In 1969 the company wrote a confidential Pollution Abatement Plan which admitted that "the problem involves the entire United States, Canada and sections of Europe, especially the UK and Sweden".

Monsanto's main production centre of PCBs was at Anniston in Alabama, but in 1971 it shifted production largely to Newport. According to the government, the company made 61,500 tonnes of PCBs at Newport. Internal Monsanto documents seen by the Guardian show the Newport factory was leaky and at one point was "losing" 1.7kg (3.7lb) a day of some of the most dangerous PCBs.

Herbert Vodden, a Monsanto physicist who tested how long the PCBs took to break down, told the Guardian that companies employed by Monsanto to take the waste were responsible for its disposal. "The sites were supposed to be impervious and watertight, It was the [waste] contractors' responsibility to find the sites ... usually they were reasonably cooperative. There were no regulations then. We were in their hands."

Mr Vodden said the company initially lobbied the government to carry on making PCBs in the 1960s. "They were very supportive", he said. And when it decided to pull out of PCB manufacture, "the department of industry argued against us withdrawing them. They came and told us that we should continue".

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At Friday, March 02, 2007 8:05:00 PM, Anonymous Miss Tiffide said...

Maahhhn! Who dis powerful Guardian guy den? Him well done a job as hit-man!!! Cos he sure killed off dis blog.
Y'all found a new hang-out or wot?

At Friday, March 02, 2007 8:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't think so - I think people are regrouping before another attack on the powerful enemies facing our community.

At Monday, March 05, 2007 9:16:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tiffide? Really Dull is that the best name you could come up with?

At Tuesday, March 06, 2007 9:00:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anybody seen tonights Evening Leader?
Bloody Kent. How rediculous is that?
Why is our waste left in the hands of Waste Recycling Group and not put out to tender for the best option for Wrexham. Why use an incinerator so far away when we could build our own. The emmisions from the wagons travelling that far would be much worse for the enviroment than a modern filtered facility. It may even get used by Merseyside then Hafod could be closed.

At Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kent - who cares?

At Wednesday, March 07, 2007 5:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regrouping? Both of you?

Garry told me he has had to buy his own villa as he is fed up of Steve Jones from Highways has always got his name down.

At Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:04:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stupid comments appering again on this site, the methane must be affecting their brains.

At Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:23:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you know that councillor's Bailey and Moysen proposed to reduce the Recycling budget by £250,000 ?
It was fortunate that the other councillors present voted against this Labour proposal.
The report in the press that it had been decided to transport refuse to Kent that the council were unable (in their view) to recycle must have been supported by a majority of all the groups.
This decision is equally as stupid as the action by Liverpool council to tip their rubbish at Hafod.
Just remember when you vote on May 3rd which parties supported this insane proposal.

At Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:35:00 PM, Blogger hafod said...

We need our council to come out in favour of Zero Waste. That means zero landfill and zero incineration by, say 2012.
The rate of recycling in the borough has increased from 8% under Labour to 31% now - still not enough but a good improvement.
The next step has to be a commitment to recycle the rest. Recycle With Michael will cover all the borough by next year and the new waste resource centre should be up and running soon.
Shipping rubbish to Kent is absurd in terms of the environmental damage but, at the moment, the only short-term alternative is to landfill it locally. In other words, use the Hafod.
Unless you support Zero Waste you have to support the madness of either shipping stuff to Kent or landfilling Wrexham's non-recycleable waste in the Hafod.
The other issue is dealing with the companies that produce the unrecycleable rubbish in the first place - the supermarkets and other big business. They can be forced by laws or by consumer boycotts and direct action.

At Wednesday, March 14, 2007 8:29:00 PM, Blogger youngProtestor said...

We would love our council to come out in favour of Zero Waste! But for now let us try and get them to use their enforcement powers to stop the persistent law breaking at Hafod. All day every day the waste vehicles leaving Hafod landfill deposit sponges all over the road outside the site. These sponges look like large rocks in the road and understandably road users swerve to avoid them. If a member of the public drop litter they could, quite rightly, be fined £75 by the council. WCBC and the environment agency have been provided with undisputable evidence of vehicles dropping debris on the public highway, but have failed to take any action. If you use the B5426 and see these sponges please report it to WCBC highways department on 291770 before a serious accident occurs!!

At Thursday, March 15, 2007 11:38:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you really believe that WCBC, the Environment Agency or the Police will do anything about it.
They are there to protect the interests of big business not the safety or welfare of ordinary people.

At Friday, March 16, 2007 9:30:00 PM, Blogger youngProtestor said...

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At Friday, March 16, 2007 9:33:00 PM, Blogger youngProtestor said...

Come on JD they can't sack you for voicing an opinion............can they? Not been a good week for murky waste has it? Despite assurances from Rob Allan that the sponge problem would be sorted, his vehicles continue to drop them all over the road in front of the loyal band of protestors. Now the met office have forecast snow for next week to bring back the gritting fiasco! Oh dear!

At Wednesday, March 21, 2007 6:19:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can’t decide what distracts motorists most when passing Pen-Y Bont these days. The sponges all over the road or the landfill owners doing their strange wind dance and waving in Hafod quarry customers.

At Wednesday, March 21, 2007 2:46:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pen Y Bont closed its gates to everybody when its windy. Except Wrexham that is. Why is that then?

At Friday, March 23, 2007 4:38:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Each day before eight, I stand at the gate
But what’s that I see? Smiling, sniggering. Laughing at me

A head but no brain, a face looking down,
From up in the cab, a Mersey Waste clown,

Now I’ve passed him again, it’s just after three,
But this time the smile on the face is on me

He’s on his way back to see if he must,
Return one more time before it is dusk

And when he gets home, it’s “Who’s that man?”
By contrast my kids know just who I am,

Would he swap, of course he wouldn’t
Or should that read he would, but couldn’t!

Marco, Paul and the rest of the crew,
Each day I thank God that I am not you!

At Friday, March 23, 2007 7:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And then they get payed
at the end of the week
and the smile does return
Who's the twat, so to speak.

At Friday, March 23, 2007 9:06:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh dear, oh dear oh dear oh dear. I feared this might happen, I have clearly touched a nerve or two (well three actually!)

1. It is paid and not payed

2. Is that the limit of your poetry talents? Four lines, only two of which rhyme. You really should have listened more carefully in school. cat, mat, tree, flee, run, bun – common, you’re tipping in the Learning County so get into the spirit, adult learning is big here!)

3. 'And then they get payed at the end of the week' - so do those daft enough to work in McDonalds et al, David Beckham and me etc, its how much one gets paid that is the issue JD.

When I passed the vehicle coming out of the site at about 2.45pm this afternoon (incidentally the same daft driver who smirked at me at 07.53 this morning) I had finished work for the day (sorry, week), been for lunch with my wife and spent more on wine alone than they (you!) will earn for tomorrow mornings shift!

I appreciate its hard that you guys drive s*** around the country for a pound more than the minimum allowed by law when some of us earn real money and have a social conscience that makes us protest against this injustice, its just the way of the world.

Such as laughing at me once at about 8am each day sustains you, so does the knowledge that you drive your little blue trucks around all day for a mere pittance sustains me. Swings and roundabouts my friend, swings and roundabouts – I’m just glad my roundabout turns faster and considerably more profitably than yours!

Give me a wave tomorrow, I’ll probably be gorging on a bacon roll between seven and eight, then I’ll be off to get on with my life – you of course will still be driving other people’s rubbish for other people’s profit.

Bloody hell, I wish I was you... not!

At Friday, March 23, 2007 9:23:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A fellow protester has just called, citing the unfairness of my comments - guilty as charged! (sic, Mr. Allan, that'll be you soon!)

I can't reasonably expect Dull or his fellow drivers to respond at this time of night, they'll all be safely tucked up in their beds, ready for an early start tomorrow! Night night zzzzzzzzzz

At Sunday, March 25, 2007 5:34:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Such a profitable roundabout that you live in 'a self confessed none afluent area' dominated by landfill? Your family would appreciate it if you put in a little overtime and moved.
You should lay off the clesterol in the morning and early moring drinking so you have more energy. Try having a few extra hours in bed instead of flogging a dead horse.

At Sunday, March 25, 2007 5:55:00 PM, Blogger youngProtestor said...

Welcome back dull! I notice your comments are as idiotic as they ever were. We do not work in an environment where we “put in a little overtime” for a few extra quid. Still I should not mock you I should pity you. On the subject of flogging what will you do when MWH flog Hafod? I think there may be a position just right for you at Remploy.

At Sunday, March 25, 2007 7:07:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I enjoy you!

'a self confessed none (I assume you mean non) afluent (actually it is affluent, but see later!) area' dominated by landfill? ... What Nonsense! If I offered you my house for yours we’d both have new neighbours before Rob Allan could tell his next lie!

'Your family would appreciate it if you put in a little overtime and moved' - I have two issues here, firstly my family appreciate me fine thanks - I take the kids to school, stop work at 2.45 to collect them and take them to their many activities and take my wife out for lunch a least once a week! They see plenty of me and appreciate the nice house I provide for them (and we're having a new kitchen!)

It would take more than ‘overtime’ and stopping the Hafod protest to endear me to my mother in law but hey, you can’t win them all!

Secondly, I don't fully understand this concept of overtime? Is this when you get paid say £7 an hour for the first forty hours each week but then if you sacrifice your leisure / family time they pay you £10 for each additional hour? I used to do that when I was a student, in the good old days when only the top 12% of the population went to Uni. These days it’s nearly 50% and it's still out of your reach you delinquent! Stick to your NVQ (Not Very Qualified) Level 1 in Landfill!

For the sake of completeness it’s cholesterol and not clesterol and morning has an ‘n’ in it! (MorNing)

Flogging a dead horse ? We’ll see my friend, we’ll see!

At Sunday, March 25, 2007 10:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

shhhhhhhhhhhhh, Dull and his mates are sleeping!

At Monday, March 26, 2007 8:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So you work 9am till 2.45pm. You must be a dinner lady at the school or work for the local authority. Either way your pay for doing very little will be much less than my basic. I wouldn't role over in bed for £10/hour never mind get out of it.
Taking a blow up doll to McDonalds drive through is hardly taking your wife for lunch and if you must hang around the school please keep your clothing on below the waist. The mothers are complaining.

At Monday, March 26, 2007 10:08:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

IF, and its a big if, you earn more than £10 an hour I think you are doing very well; (that’s a semi colon by the way)with your grasp of the Queen's English (I think you mean roll and not role) I wouldn't pay you half of that if you worked for me.

Dinner lady? No! LEA employee? I should be so lucky!

'Either way your pay for doing very little will be much less than my basic' - mmmm, I doubt that very very much, but if you are right, and if your hourly basic comes in at more than three figures (whole pounds alone that is, not £8.95!) I congratulate you!

In the meantime off to bed to role or roll or whatever else you do in Liverpool- you'll be behind your wheel in just 8 short hours!

Just for the record are there any more £100+per hour driving jobs going in MWH? Perhaps we can ask the Councillors at the Mersey Waste Disposal Authority meeting on 20th April if they are aware that one of their trusty blue lorry drivers is grossing over £200,000each year (lets see if you’re any better at maths!)

Grow up you silly little man, you are a bloody lorry driver and at best you’ll be earning about £25 - £30K for a near slavish lifestyle, working 50 – 60 hours a week.

You’re as full of s*** as the lorry you drive. See you tomorrow – but just for an hour!

At Monday, March 26, 2007 10:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

'If you must hang around the school please keep your clothing on below the waist. The mothers are complaining' ... it's hardly Eric Cantona cryptic is it?

What on God's great earth are you on about?

At Tuesday, March 27, 2007 4:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pointless exercise making cheap jibes against each other.
Why not concentrate on the real enemy Blair and his Isralite peers who permit this state of affairs in the first place.

But don't forget the rubbish councillors in Liverpool and Wrexham who are the ever willing lap dogs of the unspeakable filth above.

At Tuesday, March 27, 2007 8:01:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

£30k. Are we still in the 1980's?
It is no wonder you are bitter at £8.95 per hour.
Recycling facility trading as Recyclo Ltd.
Less than 2 years old.
Reason for sale?

At Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:02:00 PM, Blogger youngProtestor said...

I have phoned a friend!
I have asked the audience!
I am going to have to go 50/50!
What on earth are you talking about?

At Tuesday, March 27, 2007 9:24:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations - your latest post makes no sense whatsoever but at least it is free of both grammatical and spelling errors. Well done, two house points! (Old habits die hard!)

Have you been to night school? Or have you simply been playing your 'Help with Basic English' CD all day as you drive your little blue lorry up and down? I am genuinely proud of you; I respect a man trying to better himself!

All you need now is a proper job, a wife / family who see you, a sense of humour and a shread of conscience - but don't be disheartened Rome wasn't built in a day!

I'll wait until tomorrow for your response, I know where you'll be now - dreaming of your lorry with its little Tigger or Sponge Bob on the front.

Bloody hell, I've just realised where you get it from ....

At Friday, March 30, 2007 10:20:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dull? Are you there?

Perhaps he's been crushed by one of Mr. Allan's new trucks?

And of those trucks ...

Aren't MWH taking a huge risk employing all those giant earth movers when they (allegedly) don't know anymore about what's in the Modification Order than we do?

What if the Order precludes them from doing what they are so busily up to at the moment? Surely it would be prudent to wait just a little while longer to have it all confirmed what is allowed and isn't allowed?

Perhaps the 'i's have been dotted and the 't's crossed over a glass of something expensive and chilled at the MWH / WCBC / WAG / Environment Agency villa.

(Hic, where the bottle opener Rob?, Lawrence has got it!)

At Saturday, March 31, 2007 4:22:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There have not been any posts to the blog since 12th February it must be time to honour those members of the protest who have shown such devotion.
Mr. John Stewart, the fish faced big mouth in the Laguna. Standing at the gate in all weathers making up bullshit offences we give you the 2 fingured salute. What does A.S.B.O. stand for John? Is it the same as an O.B.E. or M.B.E.?


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At Saturday, March 31, 2007 9:42:00 PM, Anonymous Confused said...


At Saturday, March 31, 2007 10:03:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't worry Confusedit's a load of crap - just like the post before it!

At Sunday, April 01, 2007 10:00:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It may be the police crime number for Mr. Stewart.

At Monday, April 02, 2007 12:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It proves one thing: The Police, Council, Liberal Democrats, Labour Party and M W H are all in league with each other.
Parasites on our backs!

At Monday, April 02, 2007 5:35:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Think somebody is a little upset.

At Monday, April 02, 2007 11:43:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let May 3rd be retribution day, let us punish those politicians who have opposed us and reward those who have given us support.
We are told that democracy works by the ballot box so use this election to defeat these people who consider they are born to rule.

At Tuesday, April 03, 2007 5:03:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, get the ducking stool out John.Oops! The pond has been pumped out and you can't use the one with the newts in.
If you can't beat them. Blow a whistle at them.

At Tuesday, April 03, 2007 9:47:00 PM, Blogger digger barnes said...

will someone please tell me what all the fuss is about, i have worked on hundreds of landfills in wales built by welsh and filled by the welsh, so why is this one any different.

I also don't think its very nice to knock people who go out to work to earn a honest living to support there families, when there is no other alternative at the moment to dispose of the waste which we generate, so it is narrow minded / blinkered to think other wise.

So go and wave your fist and blow your whistle's to some other lost cause,Liverpool winning the premiership.

At Tuesday, April 03, 2007 10:18:00 PM, Blogger digger barnes said...

Here is a comment from a previous posting

'Shipping rubbish to Kent is absurd in terms of the environmental damage but, at the moment, the only short-term alternative is to landfill it locally. In other words, use the Hafod.
Unless you support Zero Waste you have to support the madness of either shipping stuff to Kent or landfilling Wrexham's non-recycleable waste in the Hafod.
The other issue is dealing with the companies that produce the unrecycleable rubbish in the first place - the supermarkets and other big business. They can be forced by laws or by consumer boycotts and direct action.'

So why don't you go and do that, start this weekend just after you have done your weekly shop

At Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:29:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don’t blame John, it’s not his fault you are thick and drive other peoples rubbish around all day is it? You had the same opportunities in school as the rest of us we listened and learnt you did not. Keep your heads down and work hard and Mr Allan might reward you with your childhood dreams, a little go in the big yellow dumper trucks moving the clay. Remember now no smoking in your cabs! MWH have blown the weekly budget on those little stickers to remind you of the change in the law.

At Wednesday, April 04, 2007 9:34:00 PM, Blogger digger barnes said...

It's not a friendly blog this is it ? Who is this John is he wanted by inter poll or the FBI , listening to what he has been doing i think the RSPCA are on his case, poor goat.

Don't knock the yellow machines young man, £275k machine with all the extras,driving round all day with nice views and getting very well paid thank you.i did listen in school, and choose the option were there is muck there is brass. Nosdda

At Wednesday, April 04, 2007 10:00:00 PM, Blogger digger barnes said...

Nearly forgot , was that lancelot at the gate this morning with the flag with the coat of arms on, see the mascot was missing ( goat ) and john, when will he learn, he should of listened in the biology lesson, will someone please tell him it's illegal

At Wednesday, April 04, 2007 10:12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice views? A landfill! As I said you are thick!

At Wednesday, April 04, 2007 10:14:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What makes you think I am young? I could be lancelot!

At Thursday, April 05, 2007 11:09:00 AM, Blogger HafodBlogger said...

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At Thursday, April 05, 2007 1:23:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is John Stewart this week? Is it his week in the protests two man tent at Black Rock?

At Thursday, April 05, 2007 8:04:00 PM, Blogger Digger Barnes said...

Hello everyone, looking forward to a nice long weekend off in the caravan.Who ever you are i am not thick and the views are nice from Hafod, rolling hills and the Cheshire plains, if they wern't why are you are you so against this landfill, cos when it it is filled it will be like the hills around you and not some heap of muck that it is, or are you from Cheshire and that i am spoiling your views with my machine, i doubt that though, cos i dont't see any Range Rover Sports or Astins parked at the junction on a morning, just a skoda , Honda (joy rider)and the man with a fettish for goats.

I am looking forward to meeting this J Doe , reading the history on this blog there must be a price on his head

At Thursday, April 05, 2007 8:57:00 PM, Blogger Digger Barnes said...

Here is another qoute from this well educated and highly paid blogger 'Anonymous said...
Kent - who cares?

Wednesday, March 07, 2007 8:12:00 AM

At Thursday, April 05, 2007 9:13:00 PM, Blogger onthelist said...

Qoute. Isn't that Polish for goat?

At Friday, April 06, 2007 11:54:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We do not require a goat as we see several every morning driving the wagons of filth to Hafod.
So much for the carbon footprint and recycling we hear about from our elected spin doctors.
No wonder the rest of Europe regard Britain as the island of monkeys.

At Sunday, April 08, 2007 10:31:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bloody hell Digger.
No wonder these people are pissed off. Too much landfill gas has got them seeing goats and monkeys driving wagons.

At Monday, April 30, 2007 11:15:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quite right we do live on the Planet of the Apes and we see them every day carrying filth for their Gorilla masters.

At Monday, September 10, 2007 7:27:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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So who is the culprit?

Could it be the unsupervised and mischievous children who were likely to fall in the lagoon?
The Welsh nationalists who have not realised their own rubbish is going in Hafod?
Maybe a discruntled ex employee of MWH who feels they were badly treated? (I think that one can be ruled out)
A member of the peacefull protest?
What do you think Coward? Has Mr. Smout got the balls? Was John Stewart safely tucked up in his goat that night? I am sure you must know Coward. Could it be Grahaextend his criminal record? Come on Coward you could even report something that actually happened for a change.

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At Saturday, July 19, 2014 8:07:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All seems a waste of time now as the landfill still continues to operate


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