• November 25, 2020

Tags : illegal dumping

El Pasoans Urged to Call 311 to Report Illegal Dumping

El Paso Water, the City of El Paso Environmental Services Department and the El Paso County Water Improvement District #1 (EPCWID #1) announced the kick-off of a public service campaign to bring attention to the City’s major illegal dumping problem and urge citizens to play a role in helping stop it. More than 140,000 pounds […]Read More

Report: El Paso Spends $5 million on Litter, Illegal Dumping

Texas communities are fighting an expensive battle against litter and illegal dumping. In February, Texans for Clean Water, a nonprofit organization formed by business leaders to address the problem of waterway litter, released study findings that quantify how much litter and illegal dumping is directly costing communities. The study, conducted by consulting firm Burns & […]Read More

Duo arrested for illegal dumping after truck gets stuck

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office (EPCSO) Deputies arrested two men for illegal dumping in far-East El Paso Tuesday afternoon. According to EPCSO officials, Deputies stationed at the East Montana Patrol Station responded to a call of illegal dumping in progress. Deputies arrived at the intersection of Bernard Lane and Rene Drive, located just south of Montana and […]Read More