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We all agree the £1 billion spent every year cleaning our streets could be better spent elsewhere. The 30 million tonnes of litter dropped every year starts with a single wrapper. And tackling the issue also starts with lots of small steps, adding together to make a big difference.

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It's Still Littering


We've launched a new intervention, developed by our Centre for Social Innovation, to help local authorities tackle 'careful littering'. The intervention serves as a gentle reminder that, whether it's ‘carefully’ placed or simply thrown on the floor, It’s Still Littering.


Bin it for Good


By transforming bins into charity collection pots, Bin it for Good incentivises people towards doing the right thing with their litter by offering local community benefits. The idea is simple: more litter in the bins and less on the ground, means larger donations for local charities.

Don't be a tosser


Littering from vehicles is a significant problem up and down the country, which results in our roads, countryside’s and waterways being spoilt and looking untidy.

How big is the problem?

  • Highways England collects approx. 200,000 sacks of litter from the strategic roadwork every year, or about 7,500 tonnes.

To assist local authorities we have developed our Don’t be a Tosser campaign which has a hard-hitting message to drivers and their passengers that our roads are not one giant litter bin and that the owner of a vehicle can be fined up to £150 if rubbish is seen being thrown out of a car window.

To find out more, please contact us.

Campaign posters & materials


Our campaign posters address a whole range of litter types and littering behaviours.  So whatever your issue or audience, we may already have the right campaign poster for you.

Click here to download the poster order form.

Coastal campaign - Bin It or Take It Home


‘Bin It or Take It Home’, addresses beach littering behaviour directly by highlighting that litter left around bins and elsewhere on beaches can be spread by winds,tides and birds, and end up in the sea potentially harming marine life.

These eye-catching materials use positive imagery of a British seaside rock-pool theme and asks visitiors to ‘bin it or take it home’.

Find out more.



Learn from each other and from our experts


As members of our Network of local authorities, you’ll be able to learn from us and each other. Sharing good practice or lessons learnt, at our regular events and online. You’ll also have access to our legal experts – experienced environmental solicitors – available to answer your legal, policy and enforcement queries.  

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