If you discover fly tipped waste:
- Do not touch the waste: fly tipped waste can be dangerous - it may contain syringes, broken glass, asbestos, toxic chemicals or other hazardous substances.
- Visually inspect the waste: try to determine what the waste consists of and how much there is.
- Take note of its exact location: and also, whether it is in or near water.
- Do not disturb the site: there may be evidence that could help identify the culprits and lead to their prosecution.
Please contact us to report the flytipping either using the web form below or by phoning 01529 414155
If You See Someone Flytipping:
If possible, please make a note of:
- The day, date and time you saw the tipping.
What you saw:
- How many people were flytipping and what they looked like.
- What they were actually doing.
- Any vehicles involved - their make, colour and registration number.
Where were you when you saw the flytipping:
- What kind of view you had.
- How far away you were.
- Weather and light conditions.
What was tipped:
- How much?
- What it looked like.
Remember - Don’t Put Yourself At Risk!