Camera footage caught by a shopkeeper has seen a flytipper convicted.
The businessman, who did not want to be named, caught Paul Lomath, 47, a transport manager from Luton, on his CCTV system and handed the film to Harrow Council's Envirocrime team.
Lomath, from Luton, was found guilty at Harrow Magistrates' Court last Wednesday and given a one-year conditional dischargeand ordered to pay £58 costs.
He had been dumping an armchair, wooden doors and a coffee table in North Parade, Mollison Way, Edgware, in the middle of the afternoon.
Lomath joins Rafal Pawlikowski, from Harrow Weald who, on September 3, was fined £800 and ordered to pay the courts £1,000 costs at Harrow Magistrates' Court.
He pleaded guilty to failing in his duty of care to ensure that the waste was disposed of legally at a licensed tip.
Last April Mr Pawlikowski was responsible for disposing of 30 sacks of cardboard packaging, old floor tiles and building rubble which was later found in Neptune Road, Harrow.
Councillor Susan Hall, portfolio holder for environment services, welcomed the conviction.
She said: "It costs the council thousands of pounds each year to clear up dumped waste and because it comes out of taxpayers' pockets it is really important that people keeps their eyes open and report incidents of flytipping so we can successfully prosecute."
* To report flytipping in your area call 020 8863 5611.