Bulky waste is constantly being disposed of in the turning hammer on Schafheckstrasse – some of it is probably illegal.
A bulky waste dump has accumulated in the turning area on Schafheckstrasse – several sofas, televisions, cupboards, broken boards, lamps, clothes are lying on the street next to the two glass containers. And that for weeks, complains a neighbor and reader of this newspaper.
The clutter that is piling up there should be picked up tomorrow – that’s the FES plan. The last appointment was on September 16. Because bulky waste is picked up every month on Schafheckstrasse – as a settlement service. The residents of the settlements on Wiener Strasse and Schafheckstrasse & for bulky waste do not request individual appointments from the FES.
The result, however, is apparently that garbage piles up over the course of weeks, between the collection dates, and the corner is never free. Especially when something is already there, it’s like an invitation to someone else to add something, which is always a nuisance even with the regular pick-up dates.
Involve the Clean Frankfurt Office
Especially since nobody can see who is unloading the rubbish in the turning area on Schafheckstrasse. It is easy for strangers to drive up the road and simply dump rubbish in the curve. “Our bulky waste drivers don’t actually know the location as a permanent dirty corner. However, illegal dumping occurs there occasionally,” explains Stefan Röttele, spokesman for Frankfurter Entsorgungs- und Service GmbH (FES). Citizens who wanted to report this garbage should notify the FES, but also report the grievance to the Clean Frankfurt Office. Because the documents these cases and is investigating the causes of the garbage deposits together with the city police. Because often enough there is imminent danger, you can find out from the staff unit. Sidewalks are blocked or fire brigade entrances are no longer passable. “Then it is important to have the FES remove the rubbish immediately,” explains one employee.
If it has a specific suspicion as to who has deposited the garbage, the staff unit in Frankfurt will give the information to the public order office. “That can then initiate proceedings or impose a fine. These fines have recently been given in view of the significantly increased number of wild deposits. Stw