A waste carrying company fined £32,000 last year after it allowed offal to leak from its vehicles on to district roads is closing down.

A notice for the voluntary winding-up of Alba Transport, a subsidiary of Swalesmoor-based waste management firm the Leo Group, has been published in the London Gazette by Leeds-based liquidator Armstrong Watson.

The company was ordered to pay more than £40,000 in costs and fines by Bradford Crown Court in September after admitting to two spillages on roads in Wilsden and Keighley and asking the court to take six other leakages into account.

The winding-up notice states: “At a general meeting of the company, duly convened and held at Armstrong Watson, Central House, 47 St Paul’s Street, Leeds LS1 2TE on 19 January 2012, the following resolutions were passed, the first as a special resolution and the second and third as ordinary resolutions respectively: “That the company be wound up voluntarily, that Michael Kienlen and David Robson of Armstrong Watson, Central House, 47 St Paul’s Street, Leeds LS1 2TE be appointed joint liquidators of the company for the purposes of such winding up and the joint liquidators be authorised to act jointly and severally in the liquidation.”

When asked about the advertisement, a spokesman for the Leo Group said: “This is not a matter for us to comment upon.”

Bradford Crown Court heard the spillages, which occurred between September 2009 and July 2011, included an incident where a grey-brown pile of intestines was seen on a pavement near a school.

Omega Proteins, another subsidiary of the Leo Group, is due to appear at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court on March 22 charged with breaching restrictions on vehicle movements at its site at Erlings Works near Thornton.