Fly-tipping in Alaska Street
A woman was caught fly-tipping in Hull - do you recognise her?

Can you identify these people caught fly-tipping?

Two people were caught on camera fly-tipping in Hull earlier this month.

The offenders were caught dropping waste on land between Alaska Street and Buckingham Street.

On Monday 6 April, a man was caught dumping bags of waste before walking off.

Anyone with information to help identify the offender should call 01482 300300, visit or email [email protected] and quote reference 385883.

And just a few days later on Friday 10 April, a woman was caught dumping a single mattress in the same area.

Anyone with information to help identify the person in this video should contact the council and quote reference 383262.

Councillor Anita Harrison, portfolio holder for Streetscene, said: “By taking a tough stance on enforcement, we can deter any potential offenders. We encourage members of the public not to shrink from reporting any perpetrators they see.

“We will prosecute and, when a conviction is secured, we will name and shame in the hope that we can stamp out this anti-social behaviour.”

View Hull City Council’s appeals and help to identify offenders here.

Doug Sharp, assistant manager of Streetscene, said: “Reporting of fly-tipping has reduced significantly but we are still seeing incidences continue across the city and additional waste put out on collection day.

“We have additional resources in place to provide a quick response, but we urge residents to continue to get in touch with us if they do witness any fly-tipping.”

Tracey Kell
Doug Sharp, Hull City Council’s head of waste management.