Do you know the difference between littering and fly-tipping?
The National Fly-tipping Prevention Group (NFTPG) is a
group of organisations working together to tackle
On this site you'll find information about our work
and our members. You'll also find tips on simple ways
you can help to prevent fly-tipping and get advice on
what you should do if you see fly-tipping, or are a
victim of fly tipping.
The NFTPG can't respond to fly-tipping incidents
directly. If you want to report an incident please
go to What to do if you come across
A new toolkit for tackling fly-tipping has been developed by the National Fly-Tipping Prevention Group.
The Fly-tipping Partnership Framework outlines best practice guidelines for the prevention, reporting, investigation and clearance of fly-tipping.
It recognises that the scale and nature of fly-tipping varies from place to place and is designed to be adapted by local partnership groups to suit the circumstances in their areas.
Click here to download.
Love Where You Live is a new campaign from Keep Britain Tidy aimed to reduce littering in England.
The National Farmers' Union (NFU) is the largest farming organisation in the UK,
representing around three-quarters of the full time commercial farmers of England
British Waterways is a public corporation. We manage and care for more than 2000
miles (3220 kms) of canals and rivers in England, Scotland and Wales on behalf of
the British people.
The CLA has some 40,000 members that together manage approximately 5 million hectares
of rural England and Wales.
The Countryside Alliance is about people. We work for everyone who loves the countryside
and the rural way of life.
The National Trust is an independent charity which looks after 250,000 hectares
of land and some of the most amazing historic houses, gardens and landscapes.
LACORS as part of the
LGA Group, is the local government central body responsible for overseeing local
authority regulatory and related services in the UK.
The Welsh Assembly Government is the devolved Government for Wales. We are
working to help improve the lives of people in Wales and make our nation a
better place in which to live and work.
Over 50% of fly-tips dealt with by local authorities are household refuse sacks or other household waste