clean-up

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clean-up

[ˈkliːnʌp] Nlimpia f, limpieza f
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"In a year, we do like three clean-ups and almost a week later these plastic bottles always go back to the park, which begs the questions, are clean-ups very sustainable?
Cigarette filters are made from cellulose acetate, an artificial fibre that takes decades to break down, so it's not surprising that cigarette butts are the second most collected item at beach clean-ups. Everybody, individually and collectively, need to address these pollutants.
Defra says fly-tipping rose 43% from 2017 to 2018 with clean-ups rising from PS9.9million to PS12.2million.
The event last Thursday had 548 participants and managed to fill 321 bags across 46 clean-ups.
People in the Black Country are being urged to join the fight against littering by joining clean-ups as part of World Environment Day today.
Alley Angel James Coates, who organised the regular clean-ups, said: "There's nothing more powerful than a neighbour speaking to their fellow neighbour, asking them not to dump stuff in the alleyway and put stuff in bins.
Alley Angel James Coates, who organised the regular clean-ups, said: "We talk to residents and they tell us there's rats and there's maggots.
Families have taken part in more than 200 organised clean-ups in their communities.
The Huddersfield clean-up takes place as part of a day of clean-ups in 50 towns and cities across the UK by AMYA members.
But do clean-ups really help tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution?
A PINT-SIZED campaigner is organising beach clean-ups on his home island as part of a mission to save marine life.
Coastal Clean-ups are taking place in KwaZulu-Natal in Port Shepstone, Durban and Richard's Bay as well as in the Eastern Cape in Port Elizabeth and East London.