Last year there were more than 4,000 incidents of fly-tipping in Cumbria.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs figures show that for the year 2019/20 there were 4,448 incidents across the county.
This was broken down by 1,986 in Barrow, 1,030 in Carlisle, 689 in Allerdale, 326 in Eden, 266 in Copeland and 161 in South Lakeland.
There were 125 warning letters issued by authorities in Barrow, 40 in Copeland and 16 in Carlisle. No such letters were issued in Allerdale, Eden or South Lakeland.
Barrow authorities handed out 100 statutory notices – where the occupier of the land is ordered to remove the fly-tipped waste and remediate the land – and two were issued in Copeland. No other authorities in Cumbria issued any.
When looking at the number of fines issued by each authority, there were 1,525 handed out in Barrow, 12 in Copeland and nine in Allerdale. No fines were given in Carlisle, Eden and South Lakeland.
There were nine fixed penalty notices given out each in Allerdale and Carlisle, seven in Barrow and 12 in Copeland. None were issued in Eden or South Lakeland.
Authorities took action on incidents of fly-tipping 698 times in Allerdale, 247 in Barrow, 473 in Carlisle, 196 in Copeland, 327 in Eden and 20 in South Lakeland.