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Showcasing ideas for tackling littering from around the world

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Find a solution. From coffee cups to cig-butts, browse the portfolio of tried and tested litter tackling projects to find one that’s right for you.

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Fishing for litter

— by KIMO UK
KIMO's Fishing For Litter is an imaginative yet simple initiative that aims to reduce marine litter by involving one of the key stakeholders, the fishing industry.
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Aberdeenshire Litter Initiative Adopt-a-Street Scheme (ALi)

— by Aberdeenshire Environmental Forum
The Aberdeenshire Litter Initiative Adopt-a-Street Scheme (known as ALi) supports volunteers to remove litter in their street/area.
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Stop the Drop

— by Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
Stop the Drop Campaigners Toolkit provides critical pieces of information to prevent fly-tipping in rural areas.
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Rubbish Duck

— by Ferdinand Povel and Essi Salonen
Rubbish Duck is a sculpture made from over two thousand plastic bottles collected from the waterways in London
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Chewing Gum Action Group (CGAG)

— by Chewing Gum Action Group (CHAG)
The Chewing Gum Action Group (CGAG) is a behaviour change campaign designed especially for local authorities.
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Zilch micro-bin trial

— by Zilch UK
A trial undertaken at a high traffic transition point to determine whether a simple and inexpensive intervention could bring about a behaviour change amongst smokers and gum-chewers.
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Neat Streets Grassmarket

— by Hubbub
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About Neat Streets

Neat Streets shares tried and tested ideas from around the world for tackling littering. From coffee cups to cig-butts, Neat Streets is an open source platform that showcases projects tailored for different litter types across urban and rural spaces. By working collectively to share what’s successful and what we’ve learnt along the way, we can all put litter in its place.

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