We all want to live in cleanse, well-kept communities–but sometimes humans attain that difficult.
Garbage happens when we’re not careful. The gale knocks over someone’s unsecured ash bin and the contents blow all over. Person pulls keys out of their pocket and a gum wrapper falls out. Litterbugs toss fast food wrappings out of their automobile windows. Whether intentional or not, litter constitutes its course into troughs, bushes and waterways every day.
No one likes to walk down the street and look garbage littering the floor or graffiti encompassing buildings. But it’s not only unsightly. According to Keeping America Beautiful, “the worlds largest” litter study conducted in the U.S ., litter abatement rates more than $11 billion dollars per year.