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Illegal dumping

Illegal dumping is a crime. Clean up and disposal costs us time and money that could be better spent in making our community better.

How to report illegal dumping 

If you see or suspect someone dumping waste illegally, you can report it to Council.

If it is safe to do so, please get the following information:

  • where the dumping occurred
  • what material was dumped
  • a description of the person
  • vehicle registration number and description

Then report it to us:

Customer Contact Centre
8408 1111

Local nuisance, littering & illegal dumping

It is illegal to litter and dispose of waste on public land within the City of Charles Sturt. This is under the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016.

If you dump waste illegally, you could:

  • get a fine of $315
  • be taken to court and receive a $5000 penalty

Learn more about dealing with Local Nuisance in our community.

How to manage waste

There are many services to help you deal with hard waste from households and businesses. Learn more about our hard waste service for residents and the Beverley Recycling & Waste Centre.