Hitchin Art Binstallations
— by Clean Up Hitchin/ Clean Up Britain
11 colourful bins placed in and around the town centre featuring designs by local designers and artists, sponsored by local independent businesses.
CleanupTogether mobile app
— by CleanupTogether
A free mobile community that links litter clean up event organisers with volunteers for more successful cleanups.
Literary Litter Pickers
— by Chris Dunster
The Literary Litter Pickers are cleaning up our local area through monthly litter picking groups and a committee who are seeking to reduce littering through education.
— by Jamie Pessin
A community resolution to pick up a minimum of one piece of litter a day.
Victorian Litter Action Alliance – VLAA
— by Sustainability Victoria and VLAA Reference Group
VLAA is a collaborative community of practice that engages litter managers in Victoria, Australia, in best practice litter prevention.
Trash Tracker App
— by PalmettoPride/Keep South Carolina Beautiful
PalmettoPride Trash Tracker app allows citizens to take pride, take responsibility and take action against litter in South Carolina.
Anti-litter school workshops
— by Litter Angels
The charity 'Litter Angels' campaigns to create awareness, through education, about the harmful effect of litter on our local environment.
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.
— by Ian Lilley
Superbin supports community "friends of the park" volunteers by storing litter picking tools within a unique bin in the park.
Boskalis Beach Cleanup Tour
— by Stichting De Noordzee
With cleaning the entire North Sea coastline of the Netherlands (350 km), we create awareness for the large amounts of litter that are still being found in the sea and at the beaches.
— by Vergara
The Concertina Ashtray a playful and fun way of creating a cleaner environment through the theory, ‘if someone is watching you, you’re less likely to commit an offence’.
— by Ferdinand Povel and Essi Salonen
Rubbish Duck is a sculpture made from over two thousand plastic bottles collected from the waterways in London