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Littering and illegal dumping is unsightly and has significant health and safety risks for the environment and residents.
Littering and illegal dumping describes any waste items (e.g. refuse, debris, rubbish, cigarette butts, food materials) that have been left without permission on public, state or private land. Littering also covers the placement of unsolicited advertising material on a motor vehicle, building or other fixed structure and continuous junk mail (when a 'no junk mail' sign is clearly displayed) or newspapers on the ground.
1. To lodge a complaint about littering or illegal dumping lodge an online general request/complaint or call 131 872.
The following information is beneficial for our investigation:
2. To stop the delivery of junk mail or newspapers contact the junk mail or newspaper company to request the service be stopped and place a clearly visible sign saying 'no junk mail' or 'Australia Post only' on the mailbox.
Contact details for common junk mail:
Littering and dumping is illegal and a large fine may be incurred. We will make every attempt to locate the owner of the illegally dumped materials so we can take one of the following actions: