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Melbourne man who illegally dumped concrete on roads fined $50k in EPA investigation

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A Melbourne man who illegally dumped tonnes of concrete slabs on roadsides has copped a $50,000 fine.

On Tuesday, Kashyap Shingari pleaded guilty in the Magistrates’ Court to multiple counts of illegal dumping at various locations around Melbourne.

He was fined $50,000, placed on a two-year community corrections order and must pay the costs incurred by the local councils in removing the slabs, as well as the EPA’s legal costs.

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The investigation was led by the Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA).

Concrete dumped at the on ramp to the Peninsula Link.
Concrete dumped at the on ramp to the Peninsula Link. Credit: EPA



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