How to report fly-tipping in Lincolnshire

Fly-tipping has become a common offence in Lincolnshire since coronavirus lockdown began, with councils across the county trying to crack down on it.

All Lincolnshire councils worked alongside the environment agency and police authorities to launch the SCRAP campaign earlier this year.

It aims to fight against fly-tipping and ensure that people check their waste is being disposed of properly, either by a licensed carrier or in the correct manner.

You can check if somebody is registered to dispose of waste on the Environment Agency website by looking at business names or registration numbers.

Anyone who is found to be illegally dumping their rubbish could be fined up to £5000.

These are all the contact details you need to report any incidents of fly-tipping depending on which district of Lincolnshire you are in:

City of Lincoln Council

Fly-tipping report form: click here

North East Lincolnshire Council

Telephone: 01472 326300

Fly-tipping report form: click here

East Lindsey District Council

Email: [email protected]

Fly-tipping report form: click here

West Lindsey District Council

Telephone: 01427 676676

Fly-tipping report form: click here

South Holland District Council

Fly-tipping report form: click here

North Kesteven District Council

Main office telephone: 01529 414155

Fly-tipping report form: click here

South Kesteven District Council

Telephone: 01476 406080

Fly-tipping report form: click here

Boston Borough Council

Fly-tipping report form: click here

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