Doncaster needs you! Doncaster Council does everything it can to track down and deal with people responsible for fly-tipping. At times we need the publics assistance. We are releasing these images asking for help to identify people we’d like to speak to. Images may be of potential suspects or witnesses.
Details of all the successful prosecutions we have brought about on a range of issues such as fly tipping, not using authorised people to dispose of waste, littering, failing to clear waste from your land, creating nuisance noise or misusing blue badges.
We have successfully prosecuted the following people for the collection of waste without being a registered waste carrier. Contrary to Section 1 (1) of the Control of Pollution ( Amendment ) Act 1989. Please note that offences of this nature are sometimes dealt with by means other than prosecution
To report dumped rubbish or fly-tipping.
Find out how to report fly tipping, littering, public health issues and abandoned vehicles. Get information on emergency planning, environmental health, pollution, climate change and flooding.
We have a responsibility under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 to act as the litter authority for the Doncaster borough. This responsibility applies to all council owned land and includes: street cleaning, litter collection, the removal of detritus, fly-posting, graffiti and fly-tipping.
Local authorities, tenants and landlords all need to work together to maintain the Borough as an attractive place where people want to live and thrive. Landlords play an important role in this and have an interest in making sure that tenants are educated in using the Council's waste services. Having good check in and check out procedures and being armed with the correct information can greatly reduce the likelihood of waste management issues arising during the tenancy.