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For more detailed information about fly tipping, the legislation surrounding it and the various penalties for it, see Library briefing paper, Fly-tipping – the illegal dumping of waste.

What is fly tipping?

Fly-tipping is the illegal disposal of household, industrial, commercial or other ‘controlled’ waste without a waste management licence. The waste can be liquid or solid. Controlled waste includes garden refuse and larger domestic items such as fridges or mattresses. Fly-tipping is not the same as littering. More information on litter can be found in the Library Briefing Paper on Litter.

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