Community protection officers seized a vehicle involved in fly-tipping offences in Birchills.
Council officers have evidence that proves that the vehicle was used to dump significant amount household waste in the area, they said.
The van was seized as part of an ongoing Walsall Council investigation supported by evidence from the council’s CCTV footage and its Clean and Green service.
Clearing up fly-tipped rubbish costs the council in the region of £500,000 a year.
Councillor Garry Perry, deputy leader, resilient communities said: “Well done to our enforcement officers for seizing this vehicle. Fly-tipping is a blight on the communities of Walsall and we take it very seriously indeed. We will use all of the tools available to us to deal with it – so, for the selfish few who seem to think it is acceptable to trash our borough and waste valuable resources – watch out!”
“We have the power to seize your vehicle and stop you in your tracks and here is the proof.”