A team of workers pulled 2,000 tires from a river in Wales during a clean-up on Saturday. The tires, which were dumped illegally, were found in the River Ogmore in Bridgend.

The clean-up was organized by Keep Wales Tidy, a environmental organization. The organization said that the tires were a “major eyesore” and that they were also a hazard to wildlife.

The tires were found in a stretch of the river that is popular with walkers and cyclists. The clean-up was carried out by a team of volunteers, who worked for several hours to remove the tires.

The tires were loaded onto a truck and taken away for recycling.

Keep Wales Tidy said that the clean-up was a success, but that it also points to a deeper problem. The organization said that there is a need for more education about the importance of disposing of waste properly.

The organization also called for tougher penalties for people who dump waste illegally.

The image you sent shows a group of people standing next to a pile of tires. The tires are all different sizes and colors. The people in the image are wearing gloves and masks.

The image is a good visual representation of the scale of the problem of illegal dumping. It also shows the importance of community clean-ups in addressing this problem.

The clean-up in the River Ogmore is a positive step, but it is just one example of the many challenges that need to be addressed to tackle illegal dumping. It is important to continue to raise awareness of this issue and to work towards finding solutions that will prevent it from happening in the first place.

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