Pollution resulting from 2006 boom remains major problem for inhabitants of capital

Lax water treatment regulations have added to the issue

Lax water treatment regulations have added to the issue

Life for the residents of Legoland City is suffering as a direct result of pollution caused by the 2006 economic boom according to the Lego News. In a survey published in the newspaper, a majority of those questioned agreed that outside the city centre, Legoland City’s suburbs are suffering a major problem with pollution.

In an subsequent investigation, Lego News found that the source of nearly all pollution was the nation’s construction industry and blamed both the Export Company and Linet construction firms for disregarding the environment. “On the borders of Legoland City one will find thousands of left-over bricks and pieces, the result of which is a general air of unpleasantness” the paper stated. “We believe that most of these are materials dumped by the nation’s most pre-eminent building companies, the Export Company and Linet”.

Meanwhile, the County Council, who are responsible for disposing of the capital city’s refuse and protecting the environment, announced that it will carry out some “spring cleaning” when it so fits. In an open-letter response to the Lego News’ question asking when such cleaning would take place, the County Council replied, “who cares”.