Well, we live near a high school in America and there is never a shortage of trash to pick up. today really pissed me off.
The school is on a long street and on one side of the street, for about 2000 feet, are the back of houses and trash collects. and mind you the sidewalk is used a lot.
I’ve not been here in over a week to clean but among other trash, today were 5 or 6 poop bags that someone dropped in the same spot for a couple of days in a row. Who does that??? Pictures below, but not the actual poop bags. I circled them as you can see. Before and after. Today was 1 full & a 3/4 bags today.
thats my wife and omelette in front of me.
The high schools here in Maine require all kids to complete 40 hours of co￼￼mmunity service as a graduation requirement. I just started conversations with the local school to have students volunteer for LitterPic to fulfill that requirement; I hope this brings more visibility to LitterPic and gets kids involved in picking up litter at an earlier age and I hope to help educate kids on the importance of maintaining our planet! Do the schools in your area have a community service requirement? If so, lets figure out how to introduce LitterPic!