Illegal dumping is a real issue in the North Central Texas area. It is a problem that affects the people and the environment in which it takes places. Do your part to eliminate illegal dumping. Start here:
Trash dumped in unauthorized locations is not just appalling, it can cause major public health and safety concerns such as an increase in rodents and mosquitoes, related illnesses, and physical and chemical hazards like protruding nails and harmful fluids. Dumping is also illegal and punishable by the Texas Health and Safety Code 365.
Reports are the primary way to eliminate illegal dumping. Submitting one is easy and only a few details are needed such as the type of waste and the location. Report illegal dumping anonymously by calling:
ReportDFWdumping.com is a website designed for easy access to illegal dumping reporting and solid waste programs available in the North Central Texas region. The goal of this web site is to increase awareness of the hazards of illegally dumping trash and to encourage all citizens in the region to participate in local recycling and solid waste programs. This web site was developed and is maintained by the North Central Texas Council of Governments in cooperation with the Resource Conservation Council.
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