Two men were named, shamed and fined for fly-tipping after successful prosecution by South Holland District Council.
Stephen Penn of Garnsgate Road in Long Sutton was found guilty on February 15 of offences relating to a fly tip. It happened on Guys Head Road near Sutton Bridge in March 2018.
Approximately two tonnes of soil and turf were dumped in a gateway. It was witnessed by someone who reported the incident to the council.
Mr Penn was fined £3,000 with costs of £1,104.86 and a victim surcharge of £170. The total amount payable was £4,274.86.
He was also issued with a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order around the correct carrying and disposal of waste.
A second prosecution followed on April 1. Shaun Harvey of Kinderley Road in Wisbech pleaded guilty to an illegal fly tip at West Drove South, Gedney Hill in May 2018.
A large load of tree cuttings were dumped in the road and witnessed by a local resident.
After pleading guilty the court handed him a fine of £1,400 alongside a victim surcharge of £140 and costs of £732.13. The total amount payable was £2,272.13.
Information about tips should be reported to the council via the website here or by calling 01775 761 161.