Fly-tipping is an environmental crime and an unnecessary activity given the many appropriate avenues for disposal of household and commercial waste in place across Perth & Kinross.
What is fly-tipping?
Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste - from a bin bag of household rubbish to large quantities of tyres or construction waste. Flytipping can be found anywhere, from local authority land to roadsides to private land. It is a serious environmental crime which not only blights some of Scotland's most beautiful attractions, but can pose a risk to humans and wildlife.
During the financial year 2010/11 local authorities reported that they dealt with an estimated 62,400 incidents of flytipping.
We will need information about the location of the fly-tipped waste, the type of waste, and the date it was first observed. Alternatively, you can contact the Customer Service Centre on 01738 476476, or visit the Dumb Dumpers website.
Correct disposal of excess household waste
Listed below are details of convenient and appropriate avenues for dealing with excess household waste:
- Special Uplift - For a small charge Perth & Kinross Council can collect bulky items from households.
- Recycling Centres - Formally known as civic amenity/skip sites these centres accept bulky waste in the general waste skip. This service is free of charge to domestic users.
- Donate good quality but unwanted items for reuse.
Correct disposal of commercial waste
If you are interested in the services and support we can offer your business, our Commercial Waste and Recycling Team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
To register your interest in our commercial waste and recycling services, please complete a brief new customer enquiry form and a member of our Commercial Waste Team will be in touch with you to discuss your businesses needs further.