A FARM owner has hit out at selfish fly-tippers after dozens of tyres were dumped on land outside Cardross at the weekend.

Piles of discarded rubber were left near the entrance to Asker Farm on Carman Road, between Cardross and Renton, at what has become a hotspot for fly-tipping in recent weeks.

Earlier this month we reported the concerns of Chris Morrow, who runs the farm, after she came across stacks of rubbish abandoned on the same road.

Following the latest incident, she said: "It beggars belief what low levels some people descend to.

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"These past few weeks alone we have had a freezer, toilet, bath, lawnmower, sheds, kitchen carcasses, garden cuttings, a burnt-out van and now this."

Chris said she would be getting in touch with both Argyll and Bute and West Dunbartonshire Councils to ask if they will uplift the mess.

However, when the Advertiser contacted Argyll and Bute Council regarding the previous incident, the local authority confirmed that they are unable to deal with with fly-tipping on private land.

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