FIRE has broken out again at the Waste4Fuel site in St Paul’s Cray.

Crews were called to the scene in Cornwall Drive at around 6.30am to battle the blaze in the mounds of rubbish.

Around five per cent of the estimated 5,000 tonnes of waste on the premises caught fire and London Fire Brigade is working with Waste4Fuel staff to get access to where the burning waste is.

One lane of nearby Sevenoaks Way is closed as there are several fire engines parked on the road.

News Shopper: One lane of Sevenoaks Way is closed while firefighters tackle the Waste4Fuel blaze

This is believed to be the ninth blaze since mid-March.

Waste4Fuel appeared at the High Court earlier this month, where an order was imposed, compelling the company and director Bryan Hughes to clear the site of all combustible waste by April.