Support for Landowners

Key Statistics

Top five most frequently fly-tipped items: Household rubbish, White good such as fridges and freezers, Construction, Demolition and home improvement rubbish, Garden rubbish, Rubbish from businesses

Poll

Do you know the difference between littering and fly-tipping?




Case Studies

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.

Access the Keep Britain Tidy knowledge bank for Case Studies from Local Authorities

Access the NFTPG members case studies - coming soon.