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Annual fly-tipping statistics in England reveal shocking insights with 16% increase within a year

The annual fly-tipping statistics for England revealed, local authorities dealt with just under 1.13 million fly-tipping incidents this year, an increase of 16% from the 980,000 reported in 2019/2020. As in the previous year, just under two thirds (65%) of fly-tips involved household waste. Total incidents involving household waste were 737,000 in 2020/2021, an increase of 16% from 635,000 incidents in 2019/2020. Cllr David Renard, environment spokesperson for the Local Government Association (LGA) when responding to the annual fly-tipping data of England for 2020-2021 said, “Fly-tipping is inexcusable. It is not only an eyesore for residents, but a serious public health risk, creating pollution and attracting rats and other vermin. It also costs local taxpayers at least £50 million a year to clear up”. Read full article here.

Identify fly-tippers with ease Officers dealing with environmental issues work tirelessly to protect its citizens. Fly-tipping has not only imposed a serious public health risk but has also put a lot of pressure on councils to crack down the ever-increasing number of offenders. The environmental health protection teams often struggle to deliver exceptional services due to enormous time wasted on gathering data or completing other manual tasks. Cx Environmental Health, our cloud software helps you to stay ahead in your regular inspections. Reduced administration and an increase of up 40% in productivity means officers can spend more time responding to queries and supporting the community. Moreover, the Cx Spatial Dashboard allows you to visualise and compare your data to spot trends and patterns such as fly-tipping or anti-social behaviour enabling you to make prompt decisions.

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Emily Douglin Managing Director, Regulatory Services

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