PENN HILLS TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – Three individuals from the Pittsburgh area have been charged as part of Penn Hills’ new strategy aimed at ending illegal dumping.

Penn Hills Code Enforcement says it caught three people — residents of Wilkinsburg, Pittsburgh and Carnegie — on camera. They’re now being charged with illegal dumping.

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The new strategy involves cameras, increased fines and cleanup of illegal dumpsites.

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They say fines up to $2,000 are now allowed.

“It is an insult to everyone in this community,” said Penn Hills Municipal Manager Scott Andrejchak in a press release.

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“If you come here to dump, you will be identified publicly and Penn Hills will hand you a bill for thousands of dollars.”