Landlord paid for cleaning – waste and valuables was left on street

Landlord accused of fly-tipping tenants furniture and rubbish on the street

The landlord of a property in Manchester has been accused of fly-tipping waste and furniture from one of his tenant’s properties.

The tenant was left in ‘shock’ discovering his belongings were illegally dumped on grassland off a side street.

The waste included:

  • Tables, wooden cabinets
  • Soft furnishings
  • Food waste

Tahsin Ali Jawdet, 57, admitted to not checking the cleaner for authorisation to dispose of waste and the individual has not been traced yet. He then pleaded guilty at Manchester Magistrates Court, where he was then ordered to pay £1,000 in fines and costs of rubbish clearance.

After the hearing, a member of the Manchester council said: “Residents should not have to suffer the consequences of such selfish crimes.”

They believe this prosecution is the start of cracking down on businesses and individuals responsible who dump waste.

How can it be avoided?

  • Rubbish clearance Stockport. More.
  • Government advise and guidelines. More.
  • Donating and selling. More.
  • Purchasing reusable items. More.


Landlords waste management

As a landlord, you have the responsibility for the repairs and well-being of the property with certain duties of care that follow in this act.

What can organisations do to improve their sustainable waste management performance?

Organisations are becoming more aware of the importance of sustaining waste, concentrating on cutting waste and encouraging reusability.

Single-use products are seen as unnecessary and the promotion of and effort of reducing food waste is the most significant opportunity to change.

Turning waste into low carbon energy, this way nothing ends up in landfill sites.

Why is it important that we follow a sustainable waste model?

  • For businesses, companies with a sustainability programme perform better than those without.
  • It’s better for the environment.
  • Expectations of corporate responsibility have increased.
  • The flourishing natural environment contributes to human and animal health.
  • Reduce the cost of transportation and logistics.
  • Save on space and reduce landfill emissions.