Fly tipping is rubbish that is dumped illegally onto the street,
alleyways or on any private or public land in
Fine for you?
Each year the Council spends hundreds of
thousands of pounds and countless staff hours picking up after
those who dump their rubbish in the street or on private and public
Fly tipping is a crime and anyone caught
and prosecuted could face a prison sentence or an unlimited
fine. Every incident of fly tipping is investigated and the
Council now has extra CCTV resources that can be used to catch and
convict those responsible.
Street Scene Enforcement team use wireless CCTV to identify
people committing enviro-crime. The cameras are placed in hot-spot
areas to aid enforcement action and then moved on to another area
to tackle similar issues.
Any person(s) or business caught doing this could face an
Reporting fly tipping
The Council is also encouraging residents to report fly tipping
and speak up if they know who the perpetrators are. Convicting fly
tippers can rely on witness statements so we are asking our
residents to help to make redbridge a cleaner, greener place to
live and tell us who is responsible.
If you have any information on people or businesses that you
know are fly tipping then report them to us. We take reports
of fly tipping very seriously and each incident is
You may report fly tipping anonymously but if you do leave your
details you can be confident that they will not be disclosed to
If you know someone who is fly tipping then tell us now by
calling 020 8554 5000 or report it online.
Don't fly tip - dispose of your rubbish easily and
There are plenty of responsible ways for residents to throw away
unwanted goods, no matter how big or small. As well as weekly
refuse and recycling collections, the Council now has a
weekly garden waste collection that runs all year long.
The Chigwell Road Tip accepts a large variety of waste and is
free to residents.
If you qualify you can
even arrange for a free bulky waste pick up.
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