What is fly tipping?
Fly Tipping & Litter Signs – Fly tipping is defined as the illegal deposit of waste onto land that does not have a licence to accept it. If people need to dispose of their waste they should use an authorised waste facility.
For the 2019/20 year, local authorities in England dealt with just over 1 million fly-tipping incidents. The estimated cost of cleaning up this waste was £14 million.
All organisations have a duty to ensure they do whatever they can to prevent waste as well as taking measures to recycle their waste and litter correctly.
Displaying appropriate signs to remind staff and visitors to dispose of their litter properly, assists in having a clean and litter-free work environment for both staff and visitors.
Our anti-litter signs and no littering signs are affordable, durable, and brightly coloured to grab the most attention. They are a great way to encourage everyone to do their part in the community.
The ongoing issues of Fly Tipping and Litter are a source of concern to all local authorities and environmental services.
The installation of quality signage to alert offenders to the consequences of Fly Tipping and Litter dropping is the first option to be considered. The enforcement of a penalty is difficult if there is no signage.
Check out our collection of fly-tipping and litter signs, which are made of weather resistant materials that will last a long time. Ideal for outside shops, in parks and playgrounds, residential areas and next to bins on pathways, for example.
Whether you need low-cost Correx signs to attach to gates and fences, or more durable Foamex or Dibond signs to attach to sign posts, NSP supply a whole spectrum of suitable signage which can be designed to your specifications.
All signs are available in a range of materials, sizes and fixing options to meet your requirements and budget.
We also supply durable, laminated vinyl stickers in all shapes and sizes – samples are available on request.
Our signs create awareness. Prohibition signs protect people and property, and thereby contribute significantly to health and safety.
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