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Do you recognise the driver of this blue Vauxhall?
Luton Neighbourhood Enforcement team are trying to trace the person in this blue Vauxhall. On 28 December 2020 at 2.57pm, the individual dumped some waste at the recycling point on Calverton Road Shopping Parade.
Do you recognise this rubbish?
Luton Neighbourhood Enforcement team are trying to trace the person in the dark vehicle in the bottom right of the car park. On 17 November 2020, the individual dumped black sacks of general household waste at the recycling point on Calverton Road Shopping Parade.
Please email [email protected] with any information.
We take fly-tipping very seriously - not only does it make a mess of our streets but it is illegal. If you can help identify the people in the CCTV footage or recognise this dumped rubbish from the below images please report it to us by emailing [email protected]
Fly-tipping is rubbish dumped illegally onto the street, or on any private or public land.
If fly-tipped waste can be traced back to someone who hasn’t taken appropriate steps to ensure they gave their waste to a person who is licensed, they could receive an on the spot fine or face prosecution.
It can also be issued to an unauthorised carrier if they are found to be disposing of household waste as well to a person who gives their rubbish to an unauthorised person at a site that does not have a permit.
You can check if someone is authorised with your local Environment Agency office on 03708 506 506 or you can check online.
If you spot dumped rubbish let us know by emailing [email protected] with:
- the date, time and place of the occurrence
- what the waste looks like
- how much waste there is
- a description of any vehicles involved
- the vehicle registration number
- a description of the people fly-tipping
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