Fly-tipping is illegal
Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste. In simple terms it can vary from a single bag of waste upwards to thousands of tonnes of construction and demolition waste.
Fly-tipping can be unsightly. It can pose a significant threat to people, wildlife, the environment and the local economy. It also undermines legitimate waste businesses where unscrupulous operators undercut those operating within the law.
Registered waste carriers
If you are paying someone to remove your waste then you must use a Registered Waste Carriers or you could be committing an offence.
Cost to the tax payer
Fly-tipping costs us tens of thousands of pounds to clear up every year. We actively investigate instances of fly-tipping to find evidence of who dumped the waste and who it originally belonged to, and then take legal action.
Report fly-tipping online by completing our online form Fly-tipping .