Neath Port Talbot Council's zero tolerance policy on flytipping, littering and dog fouling has resulted in three successful prosecutions.
A Port Talbot woman caught on CCTV with fake tobacco and cigarettes in a shopping trolley is £17,000 lighter.
Trading Standards, Road Safety Officers and car safety experts will be handing out specialist advice as part of this year's Child Safety Week.
Council Trading Standards watchdogs are warning residents to be on the lookout for rogue building and home improvement companies.
A leading UK waste management company - Waste Recycling Group Limited (WRG) have been awarded the management contract for Neath Port Talbot Council's Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) in Briton Ferry and Cymmer from 1st April 2012.
Consumer Direct Wales is being replaced by the Citizens Advice Consumer Service on the 2nd April.
A £3million, 3 year scheme to improve Neath Port Talbot's urban areas is due for completion at the end of the month (March).
Vehicle owners are being warned that they can be prosecuted for flytipping offences even if they are not driving the vehicle at the time.
The first section of 'Harbour Way' has been officially opened to the public this week on schedule.
Last Updated: 13.02.2014 at 12:12
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