We clean approximately 180 miles of Camden’s streets each week. We provide this service seven days a week.
You can report a street problem online
Residents, businesses and visitors all have a responsibility to help maintain Camden’s streets by placing their rubbish in the litter or recycling bins provided across the borough.
Anyone caught dropping litter could be fined £80.
The use of fixed penalty notices is part of our strategy to change people’s behaviour, reduce the amount of litter dropped across Camden, and ultimately save money on street cleaning.
Litter and flytipping are avoidable problems that cost Camden over £9 million a year to clean up. More than seven tonnes of litter is cleaned up in the borough every day.
Clean Camden campaign
Our Clean Camden campaign encourages residents, businesses and visitors to bin or recycle their litter and help keep the borough clean.
Clean Camden includes poster campaigns with the message ‘Bin it, don't throw money away’.
- download: Clean Camden poster June 2011 (PDF 1.8MB)
- download: Clean Camden poster August 2011 - chewing gum (PDF 1.4MB)
- download: Clean Camden poster August 2011 - cigarette (PDF2.1MB)
- download: Clean Camden poster August 2011 - cigarette and shoe (PDF 1.4MB)
We are also encouraging you to organise a litter pick in your area by joining Keep Britain Tidy's Big Tidy Up
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