A pile of 200 tyres was set alight in the latest incident at a fly-tipping hotspot, sending thick plumes of black smoke pouring into the sky.
The tyres had been dumped on land off Bull Lane in Moxley, which has become a notorious site for arsonists.
In the past piles of rubbish and tyres have been set alight - and covert cameras were installed there for a period earlier this year to deter the culprits.
Fire crews from Bilston and West Bromwich were called at about 1pm yesterday and spent about 45 minutes tackling the blaze.
They even used a digger from a nearby firm to move some of the tyres and get to the seat of the fire.
Watch commander Jason Loftus, of Bilston station, said: "The tyres had been dumped and then someone had come along and set fire to them.
"There was quite a large amount of acrid smoke but we managed to get it under control pretty quickly."
Darlaston South councillors Paul and Chris Bott has condemned those responsible in the past, especially as there is a tyre recycling facility nearby.
They have called on the council to take action and say fly-tipping is blighting the area.
Bosses have vowed to continue the fight against the fly-tippers and condemned those who dump rubbish.
Overall, it costs taxpayers around £250,000 a year.
Regular hotspots have included Goscote Lodge Crescent in Goscote, Shakespeare Crescent, in Harden and Chaucer Road, in Bloxwich.
Walsall Council purchased six undercover cameras as part of its ongoing war against fly-tipping last autumn.