Derbyshire firefighters were still battling today to bring a raging blaze at a recycling plant under control hours after it began.
Thick black smoke could be seen billowing into the sky above the site near Long Eaton long after the fire began at 10.30pm on Saturday evening.
Up to 8,000 tons of wood and waste were on fire.
A Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman advised residents to be "mindful of the smoke and close all windows and doors," and advised motorists to drive with caution on the nearby M1.
The blaze was reported to be the second at the former Stanton Iron Works site in the last three months.
And it is only the latest of a string of fires at recycling sites.
BW Riddle's at Bourne in Lincolnshire was reportedly still smouldering today after a fire which began on Friday afternoon involving 800 tonnes of metal, plastic and rubber.
And fed-up residents near Keenan Recycling in New Deer complained last week about another blaze which has been giving off smoke since June.
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