Fly-tipping is a criminal offence and anyone caught dumping waste illegally faces prosecution. Help keep our streets and estates clean and tidy by reporting fly-tippers.
Fly-tipping is a criminal offence. It can be dangerous, pollute land and waterways and costs a significant amount of money to remove. If caught, fly-tippers may be fined or even sent to prison.
Local authorities are responsible for clearing up fly-tipping on public land; however RHP has to pay to remove any fly-tipping left on our land. This means that the money we could be spending on improving your estate or street is wasted.
- If you find fly-tipping, do not touch the waste as it may be hazardous. There may also be evidence present that can help investigators catch the culprits.
- Remember to make a note of the date, time and location of the waste. You can report this using the form below.
- If you see someone fly-tipping try to remember as much detail as possible, including the colour and license plate of their car if they are driving. We advise you not to confront them.
If you have waste to dispose of, take it to your local dump or recycling centre.
- Click here for information on sites in Richmond.
- Click here for information on sites in Hounslow.
If you have furniture to dispose of:
- Click here to visit the Hounslow Furniture Recycling Project website.
- Click here to visit the Richmond Furniture Project website.
If you would like to speak to a member of our Estate Services Team please call 0800 032 2433 or use the 'Contact us' tab at the top of the page.
If you need to report fly-tipping you can do so here. You should receive an acknowledgement of your report within 24 hours. Any seperate supporting materials can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Fly-tipping'.