We're being urged to recycle responsibly after a car exhaust was dumped in a metal recycling bin at one of the island's mini recycling centres.
The car part was left protruding from a collection point at Goose Green.
Recycling Manager Emma Richardson-Calladine says such incidents cause so much trouble for them;
"Our contractor who manages these mini recycling sites is kitted-out to collect food and drinks cans out of our metal packaging bin. A car exhaust, big bits of metal - that's not what these bins are for. They are there to make everyday recycling easy."
Lightbulbs, mattresses and many types of furniture have are other more common examples of fly-tipping.
"Lightbulbs are a really nasty thing. If they are broken, we have to carefully manage that clean-up to make sure that we don't leave any glass or chemicals on site. Unfortunately it is becoming more of a recurrence."
The opening hours at the La Collette Household Reuse and Recycling Centre changed recently to encourage more people to dispose of larger unwanted items there.
We continue to be shocked by what we find at our mini recycling centres. Please help us by reminding everyone that it's free and easy to bring your recycling and waste to the Household Reuse and Recycling Centre at La Collette pic.twitter.com/YMYxNsfcgJ— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) October 2, 2019