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Krabi hotel accused of dumping garbage at roadside

By The Nation

 

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The Krabi Highway Office plans to take legal action against a hotel in Krabi on Thursday for allegedly dumping garbage on a roadside in Muang district.

 

Rab Nga-fah, chief of Tambon Sai Thai Administrative Organisation, asked the office to take legal action against the Vogue Resort & Spa Ao Nang, a hotel in Tambon Ao Nang of Muang district.

 

Rab said that a huge pile of garbage bags was found on the side of Ao Nam Mao-Ao Nang road near the Krabi sports stadium on Thursday morning.

 

Workers found receipts and purchase orders among the garbage issued in the name of Vogue Resort & Spa, indicating the garbage came from the hotel.

 

Rab said he wanted police to take legal action against the hotel to warn other hotels and resorts against illegal dumping.

 

Nattanon Chankong, deputy director of the Krabi Highway Office, said he would hand over the evidence found in the garbage bags to police when filing the complaint.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30358152

 
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Hardly the most intelligent staff to fly tip with hotel order receipts in the bags........or maybe they were hoping that within half an hour it would be buried under a half ton of more refuse dumped after other people followed suit...

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This hotel is currently closed and being renovated.  Obviously the contractors are just dumping everything.

Not really the hotels fault but they should choose their contractors better.

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4 hours ago, krabi local said:

This hotel is currently closed and being renovated.  Obviously the contractors are just dumping everything.

Not really the hotels fault but they should choose their contractors better.

i wondered why the reporters didnt follow up the lead and ask the hotel for their side of the story.

by the way   ---   do reporters ever ask questions in thailand.  ????

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4 hours ago, krabi local said:

This hotel is currently closed and being renovated.  Obviously the contractors are just dumping everything.

Not really the hotels fault but they should choose their contractors better.

 

4 hours ago, krabi local said:

This hotel is currently closed and being renovated.  Obviously the contractors are just dumping everything.

Not really the hotels fault but they should choose their contractors better.

i think you'll find the hotel at fault unless there are 2 people  ___  1--you, empty hotel.   2--ok.     -  now contracts are a diff thing

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