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Mrs Prickles 🦔 11h
We get annoyed when we can’t reach some items of so husband made an extension piece for his litter picker. It’s too long to fit in the photo! With it we managed to fill another two bags. Top picks today were some skateboard wheels and a ceramic mug! 🚮
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TheWaddells74 Oct 19
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anthonydbrown Oct 18
2 bags of removed from Bricknell area of yesterday. From experience, 1 bags worth of litter is dropped on these streets each week despite good provision of bins. More bins aren’t needed. Education & enforcement is
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Pamela Norris 13h
1 hours pick along a pretty rural road. The equivalent of 2 bags of litter picked up, fly tipping cleared and large items reported to the council. Why do people continue to think this behaviour is ok. Sickens me.
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Jon (aka LitterPickFriday) Oct 19
Yesterday we had a record turnout for our litter picks with 49 wonderful helping to keep beautiful! This included a local Scouts group and Rotary club. Great work everybody! 🚮🚯
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Sue 🇬🇧🇬🇧 #HandsFaceSpace Oct 19
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Jane Patton Oct 19
The obscene amount of money the industry has spent convincing us that "" (1) exists, & (2) is our fault is still less than the truly unconscionable amount of money they HAVEN'T paid in taxes or fees to make & manage their toxic product. I stay mad about this.
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Horsham DC Wardens Oct 18
Some people need to go back to basics: Don’t be a Tosser - actually put Your IN the bin🗑!
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Time To Recycle Oct 19
Disposable masks need to be disposed of properly! When you are finished using your masks, throw them in the trash. Littered masks are polluting our environment and affecting our local wildlife. Wear a mask and dispose of it responsibly.
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Cllr Lourda Scott Oct 18
Litterpicking on a Sunday morning. Grand day for it
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TheWaddells74 Oct 17
It’s the small things that cause the most damage to birds... and marine life just think for a moment of life ... food chains...would you want to eat this???
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CambStreetScene Oct 19
Join us for our picks next week, all on between 11am-12pm: Mon: Lammas Land - meeting by the pool Tues: Jesus Green - meeting by the toilets Wed: Coleridge Rec - meeting by the play area (1/2)
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GoodGym Waltham Forest 13h
Plodding at Lea Valley Riding Centre last wednesday - 3 bags filled sign up to our next mission here
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Corby Clean and Proud Oct 19
RSPCA issues warning against littering after badger dies from being stuck in a discarded metal can... 😥
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Natalie Davey Oct 19
Replying to @Pelican1
All in all 30 kg was collected in our allotted time. So much in the Elster Creek waterways, with polystyrene balls permeating everything (the water birds commonly mistake these small balls for food).
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Peter Stelfox Esq. 14h
Just one tub of mixed today. Mainly cans & from the Lower Basin & surrounds but the upside is the autumn colours & curious Tilly
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Caroline Hutt Oct 19
Quick lunchtime pick around . Why is there always at least one can? What are you actually doing to combat this? It’s one of the most prolific items I pick up.
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Litter-Free Doncaster 1h
not far from in more mind numbing - Please respect your area in your village next?
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Sea Shepherd Tampa Oct 16
Please reduce/refuse single use plastics and if you must use please remember to cut the circles so if they find their way to the ocean this doesn't happen.
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OpenLitterMap Oct 18
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