The national fly-tipping database is available for use.
Flycapture is a web-based, fly-tipping database for England and Wales which will help local authorities and the Environment Agency tackle fly-tipping. It is one of a number of measures to combat fly-tipping, which have been introduced to meet the requirements of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003.
Managed on behalf of the Department for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), by the Environment Agency, Flycapture provides much more than just a database - it is a strategic tool that helps authorities improve intelligence on fly-tipping and focus resources on fly-tip hot spots.
All contributors to Flycapture are able to access standard reports and compare figures at local, regional and national level.
Flycapture has been operational since April 2004 and local authorities have been submitting their monthly returns. Data is published annually by Defra on its website, which you can view here:
Access to Flycapture is restricted to people working within Local Authorities, the Environment Agency, Defra and other appropriate organisations. To register contact your Lead User who will email your details to the Flycapture. Requests for access will only be accepted from Lead Users.
If you have any questions relating to using Flycapture, then please send an email to:
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