Please read the following information before reporting a problem.
Fly-tipping, is the illegal dumping of rubbish or waste on land not licensed to receive it and is considered a serious crime.
Dumping rubbish is illegal and dangerous and can be detrimental to the appearance of your neighbourhood.
Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act deals with many of the problems affecting the quality of our local environment and includes sections on nuisance and abandoned vehicles, litter, graffiti, waste, noise and dogs.
How do I report fly-tipping?
If you see items that have been fly-tipped, ring 01452 396 396 or fill in our
Report a problem form and we will investigate further.
If you see someone fly-tipping or would like to report an area where fly-tipping has taken place, take note of the following:
- the date, time and location of the occurrence
- what the waste looks like and how much of it there is
- a description of any vehicles involved, along with their vehicle's registration number.
- then report it to us on our
Report a problem form or, ring 01452 396 396 or email:
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