antilittering

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antilittering

(ˌæntɪˈlɪtərɪŋ) or

antilitter

adj
(of a campaign) intended to discourage litter dropping
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For two years she ran an antilitter competition, with over 600 local pupils taking part.
YSGOL BRO LLEU, PENYGROES CHILDREN at Ysgol Bro Lleu in Penygroes have recently been busy creating colourful community posters as part of an antilitter campaign.
The report also states that Renfrewshire Council's Team Up to Clean Up antilitter campaign "continues to flourish" and that engagement with communities and schools has been encouraging.
A PS10 fee to get rid of DIY rubbish will encourage fly-tipping, antilitter campaigners fear.
The council will send dedicated teams to the worst-hit areas, while celebrating and nurturing the work of antilitter volunteers across the city.
| Cook Yvonne Crabtree with students Nazia Hussain and Philip Atkinson promoting healthy eating in 2004, left, Louise Wood, 14, with her winning antilitter slogan in 2003, below, and students whose film won a Youth Against Crime Competition in 2004, below left
SHOPPERS were stopped in their tracks as dancing youngsters formed flashmobs as part of an antilitter campaign.
Now we're taking our antilitter campaign up a gear, and we hope as many people as possible will come along and join in."
Campaigns such as Edinburgh's latest antilitter initiative won't make a blind difference to those who assume the streets are their personal bins.
On July 2, 1971, the Oregon legislature had enacted "The Bottle Bill"--an antilitter measure that was the first state statute in the United States to require a few pennies deposit on the recycling of certain beverage bottles and cans.
"We're all guilty of littering but since we started our antilitter campaign, we have seen people's habits change."