A group of people were recorded dropping rubbish in the street by CCTV cameras (Credit: Redbridge Council)
Residents are being encouraged to help identify the culprits as part of the council’s Redbridge Wall of Shame initiative which was launched last month to help crackdown on fly-tipping.
This month’s edition features a man dumping a pram, a woman dumping a suitcase and a man discarding litter from his take-away.
Redbridge Council is investigating one man who featured in last month’s edition after some viewers recognised him. He was seen graffitiing a wall in Bernards Close, Hainault.
Robin Payne, Redbridge Council’s operational director for civic pride, said: “Redbridge is our home and we all deserve to live in a clean and safe environment.
“The Wall of Shame gives local people the power to fight back against fly-tipping and sends a clear message that we are working together as one community to identify and hold to account those responsible for making a mess in our borough.”
If you are able to identify any of the culprits, you can contact the council by emailing: Cleansing.Services@redbridge.gov.uk
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