AFTA Member Logos

We encourage our members to identify themselves as AFTA members by including our logo on their website, printed materials and vehicles.

The ‘AFTA’ name and logo are the intellectual property of the Anti Fly-Tipping Association and must be identified as such. AFTA logos cannot be altered without the written permission of the Anti Fly-Tipping Association.

On a More Serious Note.

Under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 it states that it is an offence for a company or individual to falsely claim membership of trade associations.

It is a breach of the regulations to provide false or deceptive information that leads consumers to enter into contracts that they would not otherwise have entered into – for example, a consumer contracting with a business only because they saw the logo of a trade association and therefore thought that they would have additional protection if something went wrong.

If you believe that a company is misusing the AFTA logo, or making false or misleading claims that they are certified by AFTA, then we would like to hear from you.


AFTA is a registered trade mark and we take any logo misuse extremely seriously. We employ the services of various agencies to undertake regular reverse image searching. Legal action will be taken if anyone is found using our logo without our approval, and we will seek to recover all legal costs.

Suggested text to use with your logo.

The law states that you are responsible for what happens to your waste, even after it has left your premises. Protect yourself from prosecution; look for the AFTA logo.

Only AFTA members will have access to the high-resolution vehicle logos.

Click each image for the full-size version.