A recent spate of fly-tipping incidents has riled people living in west London.
From "hazardous" fly-tipping under the A40 near the Grand Union Canal, to rubbish dumping on private land in Hounslow and litter plaguing the streets of Ealing, there are some serious concerns.
However councils have said they are taking action against fly-tipping and issue thousands of fines with Ealing deploying a fly-tip enforcement crew and Hounslow looking into install CCTV to catch the culprits.
Ealing 'dirtiest it's been in 35 years'
The streets of Ealing are ridden with so much rubbish residents are having to resort to picking up litter themselves, one resident claimed.
June Burnett of Cuckoo Estate, who moved to the borough in 1982, accused Ealing council of failing to clean up the mess, adding "it is a sight for sore eyes."
Ealing council has said since the introduction of its fly-tip enforcement crews in August, complaints are down 46% and nearly 4,000 fines have been issued.
Labour Cllr Bassam Mahfouz, cabinet member for environment, transport and leisure, said: "Fly-tip in Ealing then it is clear we will find you and we will fine you."
Regular dumping ground for fly-tipping in Osterley
Braybourne Drive has been used as a regular dumping ground for fly-tipping furniture, a resident claimed.
However, there is a dispute in land ownership between Wates, builders of Wyke Estate and the Education Funding Agency, owners of the site where Nishkam School is being built.
Despite this Hounslow council has said it will take action and plans to install CCTV cameras to act as a deterrent are in the pipeline.
A spokeswoman for Wates said: "We are currently in on-going talks with the council and all other parties involved, including the owners of the land in question."
The latest incident was photographed on Saturday (February 18).
'Hazardous' fly-tipping dumped under the A40
Huge amounts of fly-tipping can be seen under the A40, near the Grand Union Canal , in the Hillingdon area.
The combination of mattresses, appliances and wood has raised fire safety concerns after these images were revealed by local resident Maggie Ditchburn.
Some of the images taken on Saturday (February 18), show the appalling mess which Mrs Ditchburn said "is becoming hazardous" and "the possibility of a fire could cause damage to the fly-over and traffic chaos."
It is not clear whether Highways England or Buckinghamshire Council are responsible for the land in question.
Earlier this month getwestlondon also reported how a Feltham homeowner was fined after men hired to dispose of the waste dumped it a few streets away.
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