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Medway Warden Service
On 3 September 2007, the Medway Warden Service was disbanded and
its staff merged with other teams within the council. Some of their
former responsibilities passed to the Medway Safer Communities Officers, while others
were taken on by the Environmental
Enforcement Team and the Highways
Department. Together, they continue to protect and improve the
town and country areas of Medway.
These teams work with many other agencies, including the
police and fire service, monitoring
refuse collection, street cleaning and grounds maintenance and carry
out safety inspections on the condition of public roads and pavements.
They encourage good environmental behaviour by education,
promotion and law enforcement and actively discourage anti-social
behaviour such as fly-tipping, litter and dog
They deal with complaints about stray dogs, discarded syringes,
abandoned vehicles, overhanging hedges and also provide a response to
significant emergency incidents.
There is further information on this website about their
environmental enforcement activities and
a full list of fixed penalty notices.
If you need any help or advice about the correct disposal of
your trade or domestic waste, along with
any of the above areas of enforcement, please use the contact
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