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Fly-tipping in Keith lay-by

By Alistair Whitfield

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This was the scene earlier this afternoon in the lay-by heading out east towards Huntly.


Anyone caught fly-tipping in Scotland can be subject to a fixed penalty of up to £200.

If you discover dumped waste report it to Moray Council here.

On its website the local authority advises that:

If you discover fly tipped waste


  • touch the waste - it may contain syringes, broken glass, asbestos, toxic chemicals or other hazardous substances.
  • disturb the site; there may be evidence that could help identify the fly tippers and lead to their prosecution.


  • visually try to work out what the waste consists of and how much there is.
  • make a note of the day, date and time you saw the tipping, its exact location and whether it is in or near water.

If you see someone fly tipping

Make a note of:

  • how many people are involved and what they look like.
  • what has been tipped - how much and what it looks like.
  • details of any vehicles involved including make, colour and registration number if possible.

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