Three sacks full of butchered animal remains were among the rubbish found dumped by a roadside in Royston.
Dog-walker John Race made the discovery on Lee Lane last weekend while out with his dog. He said: "I've never come across anything quite like it before. It was very strange."
John says that rubbish on Lee Lane has been a problem for months and has complained to the council about litter and fly-tipping.
"The street is amass with rubbish, the more you walk this route like I do, the more you see that things are not being done."
Coun Roy Miller, cabinet spokesman for Development and Environment and Culture Operations, said: "We would like to thank the member of public who reported the fly-tipping on Lee Lane.
The items included builders' rubble, garden waste and an old hosepipe, that will be removed.
"The council takes all cases of fly-tipping very seriously and will pursue action, where evidence exists, against the individuals responsible for fly-tipping. We would encourage anyone who finds fly-tipping to call the council on 772468."