The inferno, which police are supposed to investigate, happened at Bloomfield Recycling Tipton on Sunday afternoon.
Last night, the fire service team was vigil during the whole night at the Bloomfield Road site and diggers removed out much of the still blazing waste after the fire was brought under control. Fifteen fire crews were worked deal the fire at its height, last night only three remained.
The crews used manned and unmanned monitor hoses and which were pumped around 8,000 liters of water a minute from the nearby canal, to stop the fire which had been burning continuously for more than 24 hours.
The smoke could be seen from around five miles away, without delay the fire service to advice residents to close their windows and doors. Around 2.5 million liters of water had been poured onto the fire by fire crews to control the blaze.
This is the third fire incident in seven years at the same site and the last one was taking place in 2011.