The most common fly-tip is a black bin bag of household rubbish at the side of a main road
Do you know the difference between littering and fly-tipping?
Fly-tipping affects communities and can pose a health risk
to humans, farm animals and wildlife. It is also costly for
tax payers and landowners. Here you will find a bank of
case studies detailing how Local Authorities and Landowners
have been affected by, and have tackled the issue of
fly-tipping in their area.
Keep Britain Tidy knowledge bank for Case Studies from Local Authorities
Access the NFTPG members case studies - coming soon.