Dumping in the desert is illegal. It is bad for the environment and it is bad for the wildlife that lives there. I and alot of my trail friends are tired of dumping in the desert and we will report it. Trail Watch volunteers are trained to report illegal dumping, so beware. Fines for dumping can cost you $500.00 and up. I have been involved in upto two trail clean up events each year for the last five years and it still amazes me what gets dumped in our desert. Trust me when I say that “Eyes and ears” are watching the desert along the River Mountains Loop Trail. Please bag it and can it at the curb.
DO YOUR PART TO STOP IT BY REPORTING IT!
What To Do If You…find dumped materials. If you did not witness the dumping, but want to file a complaint about illegally dumped materials, gather information on the materials, such as:
- Description of materials
- Date You observed the materials
Submit all complaints to: Clark County Health District
By Phone(702) 759-0600 Online: www.cchd.org Email: [email protected]
WHAT To Do If You…Witness or know of materials illegally dumped.
If you have witnessed an illegal dumping or know of a site where materials have been illegally dumped, gather as much information as possible, such as:
- Name of Individual, if known
- vehicle Description
- License Plate Information
- Date and time of dumping
- Dump site location
- Description of material (household trash, construction materials, landscape trimings)
- Pictures you have taken
Submit all information to: City of Henderson –
Code Enforcement –
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: http://www.donttrashnevada.org/