First Don’t Trash Oldham Clean up set to start – find out when we’ll be in your area
Oldham Council’s deep clean of every ward in the borough – part of our £1.27m Don’t Trash Oldham campaign – is set to begin at the start of next month.
Don’t Trash Oldham: five people fined more than £5,700
As part of Oldham Council’s drive to clean up the borough we have successfully prosecuted five people.
Oldham Council's Cabinet asked to approve brand new street cleaning force
Oldham Council’s mission to clean up our streets is set to get a boost of more than £1.27m.
Council installs barriers to deter fly-tippers
Oldham Council is installing barriers at five sites in the borough in a bid to make it harder for fly-tippers to dump their rubbish.
Fined: after being caught for not clearing up dumped waste
Three people found themselves up in court after Oldham Council officers linked them to waste that had been dumped in the borough.
Café closed at weekends due to potential public health risk
Oldham Council is to restrict the opening hours of a business because the large numbers of people visiting it are potentially creating a serious public health risk.
Mini market breached food and safety regulations
Oldham Council has prosecuted a mini market for breaking food and safety regulations.
Oldham Council prosecutes business for breaching food hygiene
Evidence of mouse droppings, dirty cooking equipment and accumulations of food debris led to the successful prosecution of an Oldham food business during a recent Tameside Magistrates’ Court case.
Firm fined after it failed to clean up its land
We want Oldham to be a place where people are looking to live, work and visit.
Cafe given a zero star rating
A café was given a zero food hygiene rating – the lowest possible – following an inspection by environmental health officers.
Fines after illegal shisha smoking
A shisha bar business and its manager has been successfully prosecuted for the second time after Environmental Health Officers found smoke-free laws were being ignored.
Prosecution after mouse droppings found in takeaway
When Oldham Council Environmental Health officers visited a food business they discovered mouse and cockroach activity in the premises.
Food business has improved since zero rating
Mould on chopping boards and evidence that rats and mice had been in the premises, were just some of the dirty conditions Environmental Health officers found when they visited a food business.
Six prosecuted after waste dumped across the borough
A front door, a mattress, a carpet and black bin bags stuffed with rubbish.