Bristol City Council and Bristol Waste Company launch new anti-litter campaign

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Bristol has been running a Clean Streets campaign since November 2016

Bristol City Council and Bristol Waste Company have launched a new anti-litter campaign.

As part of the Clean Streets initiative, 'Autumn Litter Blitz' will encourage the Bristol community to come together and help tidy up problem areas.

Bristol Waste Company will provide residents with loaned litter pickers, hi-visibility vests and bags.

Mayor Marvin Rees said: “Litter and dirty streets are real problems for the city but we have the power to change that if we all come together to tackle the issue.

“The Autumn Litter Blitz is a great opportunity to get involved, have an impact on your local community and change things for the better.”

Rees launched the Clean Streets campaign in November 2016 and pledged that Bristol will be measurably cleaner by 2020.

The Autumn Litter blitz will run from 16-29 October.

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