Fly tipping in Yorkshire
Fly-tipping is the scourge of Britain costing the country more than £57 million annually.
In 2019/20 there were 976,000 fly-tipping incidents reported, an increase of 2% from 957,000 in 2018/19. Many local authorities have changed the way they capture and report fly-tips over the past few years, so the changes over time should be interpreted with some care. Defra is also aware that the definitions used to describe fly-tips in the guidance are interpreted broadly by local authorities.
Most fly-tipping incidents are household waste the sum of ‘black bags’ and ‘other, which in 2019/20 accounted for nearly two-thirds 65% of all incidents.
Smart Guard Ltd have decided to make the fight against fly-tipping in Yorkshire our top priority, and have spent the last 6 months researching and testing equipment in the field to provide high definition images of a person or persons committing the act of fly-tipping.
As you can see from the image, Smart Guards 4G remote CCTV cameras capture full HD images of anything within the 90ft detection zone. The images are so clear you can read a vehicle registration number even in the dead of night.
Our fly tipping cameras are deployed within hours of your request and need no external power or internet connection. They can be installed in less than 1 hour and are monitored straight out of the box.
We have teams of highly skilled engineers to install Fly tipping cameras in Yorkshire, just call out office on 0333 0064293 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
If you see an incident of fly tipping in Yorkshire, you should report the details to crime-stoppers on 0800 555 111. Remember the more detail you can give to crime stoppers the better chance the police have to follow your report up.
Only with the public support can we put a stop to this crime.