Zetland FM Local News - 20th July 2018
SABIC have apologised after further flaring took place in our area last night;
Fly tippers have once again dumped waste in our area, costing hundreds of pounds to clean up;
...and Redcar and Cleveland’s One Big Day takes place on Sunday 29 July 2018, and a free bus service to serve the events taking place in our area has been announced.
SABIC have apologised after further flaring took place in our area last night.
Following an electrical power supply failure from Sembcorp on Wednesday the company resumed operation of the Olefins plant yesterday.
The company also restarted its Low Density Polyethylene Plant yesterday evening and resulted in some further short duration flaring yesterday evening.
SABIC have apologised to local residents for any inconvenience caused.
Fly tippers have once again dumped waste in our area, costing hundreds of pounds to clean up.
An amount of bricks and other building-related waste was recently dumped at Corncroft Mews in Grangetown.
A team from Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council was brought in to clear the mess, but posting on its Facebook page, the council said that leaving the mess for the tax-payer to cover the cost of removal is simply unacceptable.
Now Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.
If you know who dumped these items, or if you know of any other flytipping, please report them on 01642 774 774.
Redcar and Cleveland’s One Big Day takes place on Sunday 29 July 2018, and a free bus service to serve the events taking place in our area has been announced.
During a full day of events, people can enjoy a morning Triathlon in Redcar, a Food Festival in Saltburn, and ‘Proms in the Priory’ night-time music in Guisborough.
Those looking to visit all three events can take advantage of public transport to get to and from each town, reducing traffic throughout the busy day.
A free shuttle service will operate between Redcar Central Station and Majuba Car Park for those watching the Redcar Sprint Triathlon.
Those with a passion for fine food and drink can travel to Saltburn for the Food Festival via train from Redcar Central Station at 19 minutes past the hour.
And music fans can take the Festival Bus from Saltburn Food Festival and Fountain Street Car Park, Guisborough for the Proms in the Priory for just £2. The bus will run every fifteen minutes starting at 9:30 with the last bus leaving Saltburn for Guisborough at 17:30.
After the final Prom, a free bus will pick up from Priory Fish Shop and will travel to Gisborough Hall, Station Street in Saltburn, and Redcar Clock, as well as bus stops en route.