Wanted: 10 people caught on camera in Redbridge

Published:
4:16 PM 16 June 2022



Do you recognize these tippers and bedbugs?

They were captured by CCTV cameras littering the borough and Redbridge Council is calling on the community to help identify them.

The footage was released as part of the council’s Redbridge Wall of Shame initiative, which aims to crack down on grime crime and empower people to help catch those responsible by reporting anyone they recognise.


The council released images of people throwing rubbish in May
– Credit: Council of Redbridge

New CCTV footage posted to the council’s website shows 10 new flying dumpsters seen trashing the borough in May, including a man throwing a holdall and another leaving bags of rubbish and a can of paint in the street .

The council said whistleblowers from the last three monthly editions of the Wall of Shame have led to four fixed fine notices of £400 being issued.


Anyone who recognizes anyone in these images is asked to contact the council.

Anyone who recognizes anyone in these images is asked to contact Redbridge Council
– Credit: Council of Redbridge

Cabinet Member for the Environment and Civic Pride, Cllr Jo Blackman, said: ‘Fly tipping is a blight on our borough and we are doing everything we can as a council to crack down on violators and make our streets cleaner and greener.

“By working together as one community, we can make it harder for dumpsters to dump their trash in Redbridge, or think they can get away with it.”

The council says it will fine or prosecute anyone or business caught littering the borough.

He also leads on-the-fly landfill initiatives, including community engagement work, free online waste reduction and elimination workshops, and targeted operations.


The community is invited to help identify those responsible for fly tipping in the borough

The community is invited to help identify those responsible for fly tipping in the borough
– Credit: Council of Redbridge

The council also offers a bulky waste collection service, which provides residents of Redbridge with free collection every 12 months for up to three items.

All theft notices reported to the council are logged and investigated, with enforcement action taken if evidence is found.

City Hall said it aims to clear all theft tips recorded on city grounds and the highway within 24 hours of reporting them.

Visit https://wallofshame.redbridge.gov.uk/ to see images of the last 10 fly grabs featured in the June edition.

Email the council on [email protected] if you can identify any of the culprits caught on camera.

If you come across a fly-tip in the borough, visit https://www.redbridge.gov.uk/report-it/ to report it.


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