Sandra is a senior crimes and justice reporter for the Bay of Plenty Times.

Bay company faces court after alleged tyre dumping

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Tauranga District Court. Photo/file
Tauranga District Court. Photo/file

A Bay of Plenty company and three others whose identities have been suppressed are facing charges relating to alleged tyre dumping in Waihi and Kawerau.

Ecoversion Logistics Limited faced two charges of contravening or permitting the contravention of an abatement notice when the matter was called in Tauranga Registrar's Court today.

The two charges relate to the alleged dumping of tyres at or near a district council waste water disposal site in Kawerau and at or near the Waihi Beach Quarry between November 2, 2015 and March 29 this year.

Two other defendants who have been granted interim name suppression had their attendances excused today.

A fourth defendant who is yet to be served a court summons in relation to the same charges, has also been granted interim name suppression.

All matters have been adjourned to May 19 for further disclosure and pleas to be entered by the defendants.

- Bay of Plenty Times

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