Passing any information to Elmbridge Borough Council which leads to a successful prosecution could earn you up to £500 with The Elmbridge Community Safety Partnership reward scheme
Helping Elmbridge Borough Council find out who fly tipped over 30 mattresses in Cobham in one week could earn you a reward.
Around twenty brightly coloured single mattresses appeared in Pointers Road on or before Friday 23 October.
A further fifteen mattresses, all different sizes, were dumped in Ockham Lane on Tuesday 27 October.
Passing any information to Elmbridge Borough Council which leads to a successful prosecution could earn you up to £500 with The Elmbridge Community Safety Partnership reward scheme.
Mattresses are becoming a common form of rubbish to be dumped in Cobham, forty five having been ditched in the area in the past three months.
This the second time Pointers Road has been the chosen destination. Ten fly tipped mattresses were dropped there in August.
Elmbridge Borough Council say the sheer number of mattresses being fly tipped and the fact they appear in regular locations means they are likely to be coming from a commercial enterprise.
It could be a business which collects general waste or supplies new mattresses and takes away the old ones.
If you recognises the description of the mattresses, know of a stockpile of mattresses somewhere or know of a vehicle loaded with mattresses please contact the Environmental Enforcement Team on 01372 474474.
Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0800 555 111.