Local authorities are responsible for dealing with most types of small scale fly-tipping on publicly owned land including roads and lay-bys.
Report serious illegal waste dumping
- larger scale incidents of fly-tipping (generally those involving more than a lorry/tipper load of waste)
- incidents involving hazardous waste
- organised gangs of fly-tippers
These have a greater potential harm to human health and damage the environment.
Fly-tipping Action Wales
You can find the advice you need to get rid of waste safely, legally and responsibly on the Fly-tipping Action Wales website.
Fly-tipping Action Wales is a partnership initiative, sponsored by the Welsh Government and coordinated by us to tackle fly-tipping.
It’s made up of 50 partners including the 22 local authorities in Wales, the national police and fire services, the National Farmers’ Union and many more.