Due to the ongoing developments with the coronavirus outbreak in Wales and RCT, and the need to focus staff resources towards services, Fly-tipping service is temporarily suspended.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
We regularly remove dumped waste from areas throughout the local authority.
If you discover flytipping you can report this to us for our attention.
How does the Council deal with fly-tipping?
We have a rapid response team to remove fly-tipping but we also look to prosecute anyone caught fly-tipping waste.
We provide a special refuse collection for large items so there should be no need for anyone to dump waste. For information on our collection service for large items at Household waste - special collections for large items.
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council have the power to seize a vehicle, trailer or mobile plant and their contents if we think it is being, or will be used in the waste crimes such as fly-tipping.
View current vehicle seizure notices
What should I do if I discover waste that has been fly-tipped?
- Do not touch the waste. Fly-tipped waste can be dangerous and may contain sharp objects or chemicals
- Visually inspect the waste and estimate the quantity and type of material
- Take note of its exact location including whether it is in or near water
- Do not disturb the site, there may be evidence that could identify the culprits and lead to their prosecution
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