Fly-tipping

Fly-tipping is illegally dumping waste which could include anything such as household items, black bin bags, boxes and demolition waste. We can remove fly-tips from highways, pavements, laybys or verges.

Broxted - Flammable liquid fly-tipping appeal for information

4 July 2022

Our Environmental Enforcement Team is investigating this staggering fly-tipping offence.

On the morning of Monday 4 July 2022, just after 08:30, we were informed of over 1,800 litres of flammable and contaminated liquid in bowsers (liquid storage tank), which had started leaking onto the bridleway resulting in the fire service attending the site near Brown's End Road, Broxted.

We are seeking information on this unlawful and dangerous act, and ask that anyone with information contacts the council.

Please contact the team directly on environmentalhealth@uttlesford.gov.uk if you have any infomation regarding this incident. 


Reporting fly-tipping

If you find any fly-tipping you can report the details to us.

Complete our online fly-tipping form

Or you can contact us directly.

 

This information will then be passed on to our environmental enforcement team to investigate.

Remember: you need to provide as much information as possible when reporting a suspected offence, you must give clear details. It would also be helpful to supply your personal details so that an officer may contact you. Any information that you provide will be handled in accordance with our Environmental Health Enforcement and Licensing Enforcement Privacy Notice.