Napier has seen another case of illegal rubbish-dumping, this time on the Hawke's Bay Expressway.
The rubbish, which has been dumped near the Kennedy Rd off-ramp, includes multiple tyres, a bike and electrical equipment.
A spokesperson for the NZ Transport Agency said they are the organisation in charge, due to it being on a State Highway.
"Our contractors will be out having to have a look, and clean it up unfortunately."
Napier is no strange to fly-tipping. The most recent case Hawke's Bay Today reported on was in November on Eriksen Rd.
At the time, Nelson Park Ward Councillor Api Tapine fly-tipping gets worse over the summer period, as it is easier to dump during fine weather.
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"You don't have to traverse across wet paddocks and fields and empty sections."
He said spending time outside in your garden was also a cause of increased fly-tipping, as people begin to notice the rubbish which has built up over the year.
In Hastings, the site of the Waingakau Village development was a common place to see dumped rubbish, in October last year 27 truckloads of concrete was dumped at the site.