The National Fly-tipping Prevention Group (NFTPG) is a group of organisations working together to tackle fly-tipping.

On this site you'll find information about our work and our members. You'll also find tips on simple ways you to help prevent fly-tipping, examples of Local Authority best practice 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, please contact the relevant authority to report any incidents.

“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 ”

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