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Illegal Dumping Solutions

Illegal Dumping Solutions

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Do you feel powerless to stop illegal dumping?

Not sure where to start when it comes to surveillance cameras & equipment?

Need help choosing the right cameras and learning how to get results?

EnviroCam is Australia’s leading provider of effective surveillance solutions and strategies for illegal dumping. We work closely with local councils and government agencies Australia-wide by equipping them with the right equipment, knowledge, and training to deter and capture illegal dumping perpetrators.

Where others providers may sell you a camera and then leave you to figure out the rest, EnviroCam is different because we are passionate about combatting illegal dumping and do so by equipping our customers with practical knowledge and solutions. With our high quality surveillance equipment, expert training and guidance, and ongoing support, you can feel confident knowing that you are in good hands.

EnviroCam can provide you with access to a range of tried and tested surveillance cameras and equipment that are perfectly suited for areas prone to illegal dumping.

Additional services that we also provide include:

  • Professional installation and camouflage
  • Camera programming
  • Retrieval of camera images
  • Analysis of images and capture of registration plates
  • Professional reports highlighting dumping incidents
  • Retention of evidence
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EnviroCam has been working closely with local councils and government agencies to capture and prosecute illegal dumpers.

Our “ALL-SEEING hidden surveillance cameras” have helped capture and prosecute a number of illegal dumpers in the Hunter region of NSW.

The Reconyx cameras used are covert, run on internal batteries, and transmit images over the 3G network to a cloud-based app where they are retained as evidence.

Easy to use – Rapid deployment – Low maintenance – Covert operation

Our customised Illegal Dumping Toolkit is easy to use and designed for rapid deployment to illegal dumping sites.

Perfect for local councils, state government, law enforcement and corporate entities.

Having tested numerous cameras in the field, we believe that the Reconyx MS8 MicroFire camera is an illegal dumping game changer, which is why it is the key component of this kit. Included is the Reconyx SM750 License Plate camera, for the effective capture of vehicle registrations in all lighting conditions.

EnviroCam’s Illegal Dumping Toolkit consists of:

3 x Reconyx MS8 MicroFire Wifi Enabled Security Cameras
1 x Reconyx MS7 Microfire Wifi Enabled License Plate Camera
3 x SanDisk 32GB Micro SD Cards
1 x SanDisk 32GB SDHC Card
8 x Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (4 Pack)
1 x CamBush 3D Concealment Tape

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Crackdown on Illegal Dumping

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OVERVIEW OF THIS HANDBOOK

Councils play a crucial part in managing and preventing illegal dumping in their local areas. They are most familiar with local conditions and problems and bear significant illegal dumping clean-up costs.

Local government has a considerable capacity to prevent illegal dumping as a result of its multiple roles in the community. Councils not only regulate illegal dumping incidents after they have occurred, but also have a crucial role in preventing illegal dumping through environmental planning, community education, providing waste collection and disposal services and managing public land.

In 2004, the DEC researched illegal dumping and its effect on local government in NSW. The research identified the need for the DEC’s leadership and co-ordination and recommended it develop an illegal dumping prevention guidebook for local government. This recommendation, together with funding received through the City and Country Program, drove the development of the Crackdown on Illegal Dumping handbook.

This handbook draws upon research by University College London into fly tipping in England. It is the first step in working with local government in NSW to crack down on illegal dumping and reduce the subsequent environmental, social and financial costs associated with this criminal activity. The handbook encourages a framework for preventing the illegal dumping of solid waste that focuses on minimising opportunities that give rise to illegal dumping. The DEC has also produced a Multi-Unit Dwelling Illegal Dumping Prevention Campaign Council Resource Kit (2006) to assist urban councils with high density residential populations.

Councils are responding to illegal dumping using a variety of methods with varying degrees of effectiveness*. This handbook is designed to help local government crack down on illegal dumping and its particular causes. It suggests well-designed and wellfocused methods that reduce opportunities for illegal dumping by modifying the environment, improving regulatory action, focusing education messages and improving services. If councils incorporate these methods into their illegal dumping prevention programs they can substantially curtail the illegal dumping of solid waste.

The idea is to make illegal dumping harder and less attractive by using the following illegal dumping prevention mechanisms:

  1. Increase the effort: make access difficult.
  2. Increase the risks of getting caught.
  3. Reduce the rewards: deny financial benefits.
  4. Reduce provocations: don’t give them a reason to dump.
  5. Remove excuses: educate and inform the community.

The information contained in the handbook is advisory in nature, and readers are encouraged to use it to develop procedures and policies to prevent illegal dumping relevant to local circumstances. It is not intended to be read cover to cover but to instead be a guide whose sections can be referred to when needed.

Civic Amenity Site

Use of civic amenity sites rises significantly

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Wasteserv Malta has collected 5,329 tonnes of bulky waste through its three civic amenity sites in the first five months this year, which represents a 241 per cent increase over the same period last year, The Sunday Times has learnt.

More than 32,500 vehicles brought bulky waste to the sites at Magħtab, Mrieħel and Ħal-Far over this five-month period, according to the company that manages the sites.

Between January and May 2007, vehicles entering the Civic Amenity Sites amounted to 8,839, while the waste collected amounted to 2,204 tonnes.

The figures show that the most popular site is Mrieħel with 22,300 vehicles visiting the site to dump waste during the period under review. This increased by more than 1,000 per cent when compared with the same period last year. More than 63 per cent of the total waste was dumped at Mrieħel.

Wasteserv chief executive o cer Vince Magri said: “Civic amenity sites are gradually becoming ingrained into our society and households are increasingly responding to our request to separate waste appropriately in order to reduce the amount of waste going to the landfill.

“While turning it into a sustainable exercise, with these sites we also managed to drastically reduce the amount of illegal dumping throughout the country.”

The Wasteserv Civic Amenity Sites, or centres for bulky waste, are controlled facilities where the public may discard a variety of items separately.

They allow the public to drive through and separately dispose of di erent materials including electronic waste, used furniture items, garden waste, mattresses, expired medicines and waste oils.

The sites are open between 7.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. daily, including weekends and public holidays.

This project is being part-financed through the EU Structural Funds, with an estimated value of €4.6 million. The government is co-funding 27 per cent of the project.

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