A huge heap of rubbish has been dumped in a Lincolnshire village - just 10 miles from the site were 20 tonnes of commercial waste was fly-tipped earlier this week.
The latest incident, described by one councillor as "the largest fly-tip I have ever seen", was found near Fulbeck.
It comes in the same week a giant mound of plastic waste was dumped in a farmer's field in Norton Disney.
North Kesteven Council says it is investigating both incidents in conjunction with the Environment Agency.
Of the latest bout of fly-tipping, cabinet member for Commercial and Operations, Dr Peter Moseley said: "It is an example of appalling antisocial behaviour and disrespect for both our environment and local residents.
“If we can bring people to account for this despicable act against our countryside, I hope the legal process will support our aim to stamp this out by issuing the most severe penalty available."
Anyone who has any information about either incident is asked to contact the council.