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Council Leader joins fly-tipping crackdown

24 November 2021
On Friday 19 November, the Leader of Thurrock Council, Cllr Rob Gledhill, joined the council's Environment Enforcement team working alongside Thurrock Essex Police team and Rural Engagement team to crackdown on fly-tipping across the borough.
The collaborative 2-day operation held on Thursday 18 November and Friday 19 November focused on fly-tipping, including unlicensed waste carriers who transport and dump waste illegally.

Vehicle seized following fly-tipping offences

9 June 2020
A prolific fly-tipper from Corringham has been forced to pay £1,460 and had their vehicle seized after being caught for a series of fly-tips around Thurrock.
Thurrock Council's Environment Enforcement officers acted on reports of fly-tipping and successfully tracked down the offender on the morning of Monday 8 June with Essex Police. The offender's large van was seized.
One of the original fly-tipping offences occurred in Howell Road in Stanford-le-Hope on Monday 18 May.