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Keep Gwynedd Tidy

Fly Tipping

We endeavour to keep Gwynedd clean and tidy so that it is a pleasant place for everyone to live, work and visit.

If you come across an environmental crime in Gwynedd, please tell us using the contact details below: 



Fly tipping

Report fly tipping incidents, e.g. rubbish which has been thrown behind your house, or furniture left at the side of the road. 


Street litter

We have a routine programme for cleaning streets and emptying street litter bins.  If you feel that rubbish / chewing gum on the street or overflowing street litter bins are causing a significant problem, please tell us. 


Dog fouling
Tell us about any dog fouling problems in Gwynedd.

For information about fixed penalty fines for not cleaning up after a dog visit the dog fouling page on this website.


Grass cutting / weed spraying

We have a routine programme for grass cutting / weed spraying in public places in Gwynedd. If you feel that overgrown grass or weeds is causing a significant problem, contact us on 01766 771000.



Dead animals

If you come across a dead animal in a public place in Gwynedd, contact us on 01766 771000 so that we can arrange to collect it. 



Graffiti and fly posting

Report graffiti or fly posting incidents within the county, e.g. posters placed on road signs.

 
Hypodermic needles
If you come across a hypodermic needle in a public place in Gwynedd, please contact us immediately by calling 01766 771000.  Do not touch the needle under any circumstances.



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Last updated: 14/10/2013
 

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