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It’s more than an ugly annoyance that garbage piles up in your back alley — it’s also illegal. That’s according to Calgary bylaw services inspector Kevin Leitch. He said there has been an increase in complaints about offenders leaving debris in and around bins that don’t belong to them. “Whoever’s property it’s on is responsible for removing it,” Leitch said Monday. He said those commercial bins outside businesses are often seen as a welcome invitation to careless dumpers. But most often, bylaw officers are able to track the trash back to the negligent owner. “If people have anything at all — packing slips, pieces of paper — they forgot contained in their garbage, it makes our job a lot easier,” Leitch said. “Often an alert neighbour will notice a license number and we can find out who’s responsible for the dumping.” Illegal dumping, overflowing garbage: Winnipeg business speaks out after months of frustration It happens frequently in communities where construction work or renovations occur. “They have shingles to get rid of and they think nobody is watching,” Leitch said.
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