PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
Dumped rubbish left on the highway or private land can be a danger to the public and need to be removed quickly.
Flytipped items may include furniture, fridges, freezers, cookers, builders rubble, carpeting, shopping trolleys and any other items of refuse. They may also include chemicals or other polluting materials which are potentially harmful to our environment and waterways.
We offer a flytipping removal service. Visit our Oxford Direct Services website for more information and to get a quote.
Visit our Oxford Direct Services website for more information about the commercial bulky waste collection service and the range of other commercial waste services available.
Oxford City Council and the Environment Agency have the power to prosecute anyone found to be flytipping materials under the Environmental Protection Act 1990. We take flytipping very seriously and investigate every case where there is appropriate evidence to prosecute the offender.
If you have witnessed someone dumping items, you can report it to us. When reporting an incident of fly tipping you should:
When doing this:
To help prevent flytipping in the city, we offer a free bulky waste collection service to all households. We would encourage residents to use this service to dispose of large items such as fridges, sofas, and mattresses. Residents should contact our Recycling team on 01865 249811. Visit our Bulky Waste Collections page for more details.
If residents have larger amounts of waste or materials that we don't normally collect, such as builders rubble, they should take them to Redbridge Recycling Centre, just off Abingdon Road.
Page last reviewed 1 May 2012
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