Fly tipping information from WCC

FLYTIPPING WHAT TO DO IF YOU FIND A FLYTIP

DO NOT touch the waste - waste can be dangerous

DO NOT open any black bags, boxes or containers

DO NOT disturb the site: there may be evidence which could lead to prosecution

DO NOT remove anything from the fly-tip site

DO remember fly tippers are committing a crime and they do not want to be caught, do not approach them

DO visually inspect the waste, try to determine what the waste consists of and how much there is

DO take note of its exact location, or the nearest landmark


TYPES OF INFORMATION WE NEED

• Day, date and time of the incident

• Make, model, colour and registration number of vehicle involved

• How much was dumped, eg. black sacks, car boot load, van load

• What was being fly-tipped, eg. household waste, garden rubbish, broken furniture, white goods

• How many people were involved and what they look like

PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT ANY RISK IF YOU WITNESS AN INCIDENT

For further information contact: Community Safety Team Winchester City Council Tel: 01962 840 222

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