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Littering

​​Litter can include all sorts of items such as sweet wrappers, fast food packaging, cigarette butts and chewing gum.

​Report litter build-up


Our street cleansing team collect small amounts of litter on their regular cleansing rounds. If you come across a significant build-up of litter outside a property or on a Cardiff street please let us know.

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1 Report street cleansing
2 What is the problem?
3 Where is the problem?
4 High speed routes
5 Add a photo
6 Additional information
7 Contact details
8 Review your report

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What is the problem?

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Where is the problem?

High speed routes

You have reported a problem to us on one of Cardiff’s high speed routes.

We will need to assess the situation to ensure the least amount of disruption to traffic flow and risk to public safety.

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Additional information

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Littering fines


 

If a wast​e enforcement officer sees you littering you will receive a Fixed Penalty Notice of £100. You will also receive an FPN if you are seen littering from a vehicle.


If you have received a Fixed Penalty Notice you can pay by credit or debit card using our secure online payment system. Before you start you will need your Fixed Penalty Notice number to hand. ​


pay online




​You have 14 days to pay a fixed penalty notice. If it is not paid, we will take further legal action through the Magistrates Courts.
 
You cannot appeal a Fixed Penalty Notice with the council. If you feel that you should not have received the notice, your opportunity to disagree would be through the Magistrates Court. 


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