Mohammed Afzal admitted nine counts of illegally dumping of waste behind homes, near footpaths and beauty spots, and two further counts of waste licence infringements, when he appeared at Reading Crown Court.
On two occasions Mr Afzal fly-tipped just a few yards away from Chalvey household waste and recycling centre in Slough, where it would have cost a small fee to dispose of the rubbish safely and legally.
Mr Afzal, 65, of The Crescent, Slough, used four different vehicles to commit the offences.
He appeared via videolink from where he is being held in custody, at Reading Crown Court on Thursday 5 November and admitted nine counts of fly tipping following a spate of fly tipping incidents between May 2019 and June 2020 which left building waste and assorted other materials dumped at –
27 May 2019 at Spackmans Way, Slough
16 June 2019, also at Spackmans Way, Slough
28 July 2019 at The Myrke, Datchet,
3 December 2019 at Uxbridge Road, Slough
11 February 2020 at The Greenway, Tylers Green, Bucks
12 March 2020 at Allerds Road, Burnham, Bucks
31 March 2020 at St Pauls Avenue, Slough
10 June 2020 at Walton Lane, Burnham, Bucks
14 June 2020 at Lake Avenue, Slough.
Mr Afzal also admitted using a false waste transfer note on 4 July 2019 and failing to produce a waste carrier licence when requested on 13 August 2019.
Her Honour Judge Kirsty Real was told the offences were being prosecuted jointly by Slough Borough Council and Buckinghamshire Council.
Prosecutor Nicholas Ham, told the court the councils were going to ask for the usual costs related to the clearance of the sites and costs of bringing the case against the prolific offender.
He added: “More unusually, the sentencing judge will be asked to consider the forfeiture of the vehicles seized and the defendant to be disqualified from driving.”
Judge Real remanded Afzal in custody until sentencing in December for pre-sentence reports to be prepared where all sentencing options were open.
Cllr Pavitar K. Mann, cabinet member for planning and regulation at Slough Borough Council, said: “This man has been not only a thorough nuisance, but a fly-tipper who has picked up rubbish and dumped it wherever he liked leaving Slough Borough Council and Buckinghamshire Council staff to clear it up.
“Fly tipping is not just a visual a mess but it can be an environmental issue.
“People who offer to take waste away for a fee need a licence from the relevant authority to do so. Residents can be accountable if fly tipping is traced back to them.”
Bill Chapple OBE, Buckinghamshire Council’s cabinet member for environment and climate change, said : “This is an excellent example of how joint enforcement operations against waste criminals can produce results, and I’m pleased we’ve been able to work with colleagues at Slough Borough Council to bring this prolific offender to court.
“In terms of waste crime, this is the worst kind of offender – repeated fly tipping for financial gain with complete disregard for both the environment and the rest of society.
“We now await sentencing, when justice will be served.”