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Irish Anti-Litter Campaign Targets School

Ireland's annual bin it campaign is targeting schools to educate youngsters about litter and how to dispose of it properly.  The Bin It Campaign has been visiting schools across Ireland for the last 12 years and during this period it has visited 463 schools and engaged with over 50,000 pupils.  

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Fife Council Back Chewing Gum and Litter Campaign

Fife council are backing a new campaign that is encouraging people to think before they discard their chewing gum or litter on the street, 'Bin it Your Way' is a chewing gum action group annual campaign which is run across 80 local authorities.  

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Rubbish Roundup 15th October

This weeks Rubbish Roundup includes stories about fly-tipping in Caerphilly costs the council more than £150,000 to clear up, a walker has blamed the councilfor failing to clear up a local beauty spot, and finally, Liverpool's litter squad have been banned from the University campus because students have complained about their prescence during exams.

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Two Bin Bag Limit Leads to Fly-Tipping in Bridgend

A two refuse bag limit in Bridgend is causing public litter bins to overflow, this limit has been in force since June last year, with the aim of increasing the recycling rates, and this did prove correct however members of the public have now resorted to dumping their waste bins in public bins.

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Rubbish Roundup 24th September

This weeks Rubbish Roundup includes stories of an owner who had to have his dog put down after a fish hook got stuck in its windpipe, seventeen people have appeared in court after not paying their litter fines in one day last week, and finally, litter fines are being introduced in North East Lincolnshire 

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