A fly-tipper whose van was seized and crushed has been was fined £560 with £1,939 costs and ordered to pay £56 by Bradford Council.
Jonathan Blanchard, pleaded guilty to five charges of depositing controlled waste without a licence.
CCTV footage observed a flat bed-tipper van dump loads tyres, demolition and building waste on a street in Oakenshaw and in Girlington.
The Council received a tip-off that the van had been seen dumping rubbish in other areas of the district.
In April last year the van was seized and in August it was crushed in a Bradford Scrapyard.
Mr Blanchard was invited to an interview by Bradford Council enforcement officers but he did not attend.
Council enforcement officers can seize vehicles if there is evidence that it has been used for fly-tipping and there is a suspicion that it may be used again.
Householders can be fined up to £5,000 and end up with a criminal record if they ask someone else to remove their rubbish and it is found to be fly-tipped.