Street Care and Cleansing
The Council is responsible for the sweeping and removal of litter from public highways and areas of land under its responsibility.
Reporting of abandoned vehicles
Reporting of a dead animal on the highway or publicly owned land to the Council
Since 1st November 2009 Environmental Enforcement Officers from the Council have issued Fixed Penalty Notices for a wide range of offences for environmental crimes.
The council is responsible for keeping adopted highways clean and litter-free, within the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act along with other public spaces, such as parks and play areas
Removal of flyposting from public areas and public buildings
The removal of items that have been dumped or left (flytipped) rather than disposed of in the correct manner
Information about the removal of syringes (needles) that have been dumped or left (flytipped) in public areas rather than disposed of in the correct manner
Removal of graffiti from public areas and public buildings within the South Holland district
The collection of used syringes
The action of removing street litter by sweeping affected areas in the South Holland district
As a householder you should take reasonable measures to ensure household waste is transferred by an authorised person.