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Current fly-tipping appeals

The fly-tipping of controlled waste is a serious criminal offence which carries a fine of up to £20,000 (unlimited if indicted to the Crown Court). An offender can even be sent to prison. 

Cleaning up and legally disposing of fly-tipped waste in the borough of Walsall costs around £500,000 per year - money from the public purse which could instead be spent on other valued services. 

You can help to prosecute fly-tippers as part of our Walsall’s Most Wanted campaign. 

If you respond to one of our live appeals with information that leads to a successful prosecution, you could receive a £500 reward.

For your own safety, you should report the offence rather than trying to tackle it yourself.

Please do not put the names of anyone you suspect in the public domain.

Live appeals

There are no current appeals for fly-tipping.

Below is some of the work we have done to clean up fly-tipping scenes across the borough.