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Flyspotting in Leith

That the Parliament congratulates Leithers Don’t Litter and Changeworks on the launch of Flyspotting, a campaign against flytipping in Leith; welcomes this move as part of Zero Waste Leith to raise public awareness about flytipping, which it considers a blight that costs Scotland £11 million per year; understands that this campaign will assist people to report flytippers to the City of Edinburgh Council, as well as arrange for legal ways for waste to be uplifted and disposed of or recycled; commends the campaign organisers for designing a stylish branding that reflects the cultural identity of Leith, and wishes Flyspotting every success in contributing to cleaner, healthier streets.

Supported by: Miles Briggs, Pauline McNeill, Patrick Harvie, Jeremy Balfour, Richard Lyle, Ash Denham, Ross Greer, Graeme Dey, Bill Kidd, Fulton MacGregor, Ben Macpherson, David Torrance, Annie Wells, Gordon Lindhurst, Gail Ross, Alexander Burnett, Ivan McKee, Tom Arthur, Kenneth Gibson


Current Status: Fallen on 24/10/2018
 
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