Cannabis waste among the trash dumped at U.K. nature reserve

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Representatives of the Ashton Moss Nature Reserve (AMNR) are sick of trash, including the remnants of a cannabis growing operation, being heaped onto the associated trails and welcome any donations to help clean up the popular walking areas. There have been three incidents of fly tipping (disposing of waste illegally) over just the past week or so, according to the Oldham Times . “It’s just becoming a problem. The more we take on the more problems we get,” said Allan Stamper, senior partner of the organization that runs the reserve. Quebec police get down to slicing and dicing illegal weed grows in provincial region Trash weighing 1,361 kilograms removed from a former illegal cannabis cultivation site Recycling cannabis related products in Canada just got easy One recent dump involved the remnants of a cannabis farm, with the main foliage of dozens of plants stripped away and the remains left to rot at the site, the Oldham Times reports. An identical dumping occurred a few days earlier. AMNR noted in a Facebook post on Feb. 15 that it wasn’t just the reserve that was being targeted with end-of-life cannabis plants. “Its not just us, all along Coal Pit Lane, on both sides of the road,” the post stated, adding “our covert camera will have to be used, to catch this scum.” Other recent unwelcome finds at the nature reserve that attracts dog walkers and families alike have included bricks, suitcases, an electric heater and empty drawers, the publication notes. “I’ve reported it to the police and the dog handler has picked it up because he comes here and walks his police dogs,” Stamper told the Oldham Times . “It’s just catching them now; we’ll get some cameras up and get it sorted. If anyone wants to donate any, we’d be very…

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