Following the case where a woman was fined for dumping 40 bags of rubbish, Thanet Council said it would not tolerate fly-tipping.
Cllr Michelle Fenner, Cabinet Member for business, Corporate and Regulatory Services said: “We will take action against those who do so.
"Our enforcement officers work hard to catch those who litter our towns and villages, so it is encouraging to see outcomes like this.
“We should take pride in our environment, and it is sad that people who carry out such offences do so at the risk of spoiling others.
"If anyone sees any fly-tipping take place, I urge them to contact the council immediately.”
A woman has been fined for dumping 40 bags of rubbish in Margate.
Aimee Marsh, 29, of Shakespeare Road, admitted leaving the black and blue rubbish sacks on Shakespeare Road when she appeared before appeared before Canterbury Magistrates’ Court.
She found herself in court after Thanet District Council Enforcement Officers, who monitor the area on a regular basis, found the rubbish sacks and tracked it to Miss Marsh’s property.
In Court Miss Marsh admitted she had not put her rubbish out for weeks and had just dumped it there.
She was fined £250 with clean-up costs of £467.60. She was also ordered to pay £100 costs with a £25 victim surcharge. The total payable is £842.60.