We have spent more than 6000 hours clearing over 1200 fly tips in the last year. You can help to reduce this figure - See it, Stop it!
Fly tipping is the unauthorised deposit of waste on land, and includes anything from one black bag on the side of the road to ten tonnes of rubble dumped down a quiet lane.
We will not remove fly tips from private land, this is the landowner's responsibility.
Where we have been notified of fly tipped waste and enforcement issues have been dealt with, we aim to remove the waste within 10 working days.
If you see any fly tipping please contact us using the report form. Please make a note of as many details as you can.
Householder's Duty of Care
You are legally responsible for disposing of your rubbish correctly. If your rubbish is illegally deposited you could be fined up to £5,000.
If someone else disposes of your rubbish for you, make sure you have their name, address, vehicle description and vehicle registration number. Any person that takes payment for removing your rubbish must be licensed. Always ask to see a copy of their licence.
If you are in any doubt as to whether someone is licensed you can check via the following:
SCRAP Campaign 2020
The Lincolnshire-wide Duty of Care Campaign has launched. The campaign is social media based. The campaign focuses on:
- what fly tipping is;
- how to dispose of waste correctly;
- the penalties if caught fly tipping;
- how to report a fly tip.
The campaign has support from external partners including, the Lincolnshire Police Crime Commissioner, Lincolnshire Police, Lincolnshire County Council, the Environment Agency, Boston Borough Council, West Lindsey District Council, South Holland District Council, City of Lincoln Council and North Kesteven District Council.