Huge mounds of construction and commercial waste has been dumped on the side of roads.
Areas across Medway have been hit by "industrial-scale" fly-tipping in recent months including Frindsbury, Upnor and Wainscott.
The land off Berwick Way and Upnor Road towards Medway City Estate, the green space on the Wainscott bypass between Hasted Road and Islingham Farm Road and the area near McDonald's in Anthony's Way, Medway City Estate are among some to have been targeted.
The waste on the approach of the Wainscott bypass can be seen from the roadside stretching behind the bushes out of sight.
Medway Liberal Democrats are calling on the council to install CCTV at these hotspots and introduce a 'Caught on Camera' campaign to deter and identify suspects.
Spokesman Alan Wells said: "Fly-tipping has a detrimental effect on the look and feel of our area and the dumpers, must of made multiple visits, to the sites in Frindsbury and Upnor.
"Fly-tippers do not care about the environment or our communities, with rural paths and views blocked by lorry loads of commercial and industrial waste.
"The council, farmers and other private landowners need to secure their property to deter environmental crime. Fly-tipping will not be tolerated, and our green spaces should be there to be enjoyed by the whole community."
Cllr Phil Filmer, portfolio holder for front line services at Medway Council, said: "Since 2018, we have collected 2,814 tonnes of fly-tipping rubbish.
"We are committed to keeping the streets of Medway clean and safe and we conduct thorough investigations to find the source of these incidents.
"We will continue to impose fines, which is a maximum penalty of £50,000 or 12 months imprisonment, and we exercise a zero-tolerance policy on those people who decide to fly tip.
"In Medway we have free Household Waste Recycling Centres and the best weekly waste collection service in the country, therefore there is no excuse for fly tipping in Medway."