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Articles: Issue 222 1 Sep 2010

Bill for cleaning streets tops £850m

Patrick Mcdonnell

The environmental campaign Keep Britain Tidy has revealed that the bill to clean up England’s streets now exceeds £850m a year. Figures from the Department of Communities and Local Government shows that the cost to local authorities of clearing up this rubbish that the public throw on the ground each year has risen sharply by almost £100m, jumping from £780m to £858m.

Keep Britain Tidy has launched a campaign with local authorities around the the country designed...

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