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Fly tipping is illegal. If you see it in action, call the police on 999 and report it as a crime in progress.
Report all fly tipping to your local council, whether your saw it in progress or not.
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Record as many details as possible:
If you saw the fly tipping happen:
After reporting the flytipping, please try to secure it with a temporary fence so the evidence is not disturbed.
As a private land owner, it is your responsibility to ensure the flytipped waste is legally disposed of, including any costs. If the flytippers are prosecuted you may be refunded your clean-up costs.
How to dispose of it:
Put it in your rubbish or recycling bins.
Large items (over 25kg, such as a fridge) can be collected by a reuse scheme or by your district council for a fee.
Get it collected by a registered waste carrier.
District and borough councils are running a number of initiatives, including:
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We want to bring people together to clear up the litter in our towns, villages, countryside and beaches from 2 March 2018 - 25 March 2018.
Visit Keep Britain Tidy to get involved and help clean up your area.