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five-month sentence for burning demolition waste

By John McKennaA man who caused a large plume of noxious black smoke that forced a restaurant to be evacuated has been handed a five-month suspended prison sentence.Neath Magistrates Court heard how on October 12, 2003 Haydn Williams of Waunddu, Pontnewydd, Pontypool was discovered burning large quantities of demolition waste at Cramic Way, Port Talbot.The waste included large quantities of asbestos, causing pollution so severe that police advised local ...

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