Plastic containers dumped in Brant County may be from illegal drug labs: OPPPlastic containers dumped in Brant County may be from illegal drug labs: OPPPlastic containers dumped in Brant County may be from illegal drug labs: OPP

by:HongXing     2020-06-02
Ontario police believe that a pile of plastic containers and other waste found in Brent County earlier this month could come from illegal drug laboratories.
This finding is the second time a container that may contain toxic waste from a drug laboratory has been dumped
Similar rubbish was found in brantsford this month.
Brant County OPP said they were summoned to the power line near the intersection of the CN Railway. m. Feb.
For suspicious containers
Police found five plastic gas containers.
Plastic container and plastic water container.
They are all about the same size and are wrapped in heavy plastic or garbage bags.
OPP said police believe the garbage was dumped sometime in early January.
\"These types of dumping sites for illegal waste may be dumping sites for waste in illegal drug laboratories,\" OPP said . \".
If someone encounters a similar dump, the police warn the public to be cautious and not try to open or move any containers.
Waste can be volatile and toxic.
Call the police and stay awake.
Anyone with information about the power line dump is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Keep anonymous contact 1-800-222-
8477 or crimestoppers-brant. ca.
Ontario police believe that a pile of plastic containers and other waste found in Brent County earlier this month could come from illegal drug laboratories.
This finding is the second time a container that may contain toxic waste from a drug laboratory has been dumped
Similar rubbish was found in brantsford this month.
Brant County OPP said they were summoned to the power line near the intersection of the CN Railway. m. Feb.
For suspicious containers
Police found five plastic gas containers.
Plastic container and plastic water container.
They are all about the same size and are wrapped in heavy plastic or garbage bags.
OPP said police believe the garbage was dumped sometime in early January.
\"These types of dumping sites for illegal waste may be dumping sites for waste in illegal drug laboratories,\" OPP said . \".
If someone encounters a similar dump, the police warn the public to be cautious and not try to open or move any containers.
Waste can be volatile and toxic.
Call the police and stay awake.
Anyone with information about the power line dump is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Keep anonymous contact 1-800-222-
8477 or crimestoppers-brant. ca.
Ontario police believe that a pile of plastic containers and other waste found in Brent County earlier this month could come from illegal drug laboratories.
This finding is the second time a container that may contain toxic waste from a drug laboratory has been dumped
Similar rubbish was found in brantsford this month.
Brant County OPP said they were summoned to the power line near the intersection of the CN Railway. m. Feb.
For suspicious containers
Police found five plastic gas containers.
Plastic container and plastic water container.
They are all about the same size and are wrapped in heavy plastic or garbage bags.
OPP said police believe the garbage was dumped sometime in early January.
\"These types of dumping sites for illegal waste may be dumping sites for waste in illegal drug laboratories,\" OPP said . \".
If someone encounters a similar dump, the police warn the public to be cautious and not try to open or move any containers.
Waste can be volatile and toxic.
Call the police and stay awake.
Anyone with information about the power line dump is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Keep anonymous contact 1-800-222-
8477 or crimestoppers-brant. ca.
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