Litter is not only unsightly it also represents a
possible threat to human health and can have serious detrimental
effects on the environment and wildlife.
Bromsgrove District Council have a responsibility to clean up
litter in public places, but everyone within the local community
has a personal responsibility not to drop litter in the first
place. Dropping litter is illegal, punishable in the courts by a
fine of up to £2,500.
What does the Council do to tackle the issue of litter?
- Provide litter bins in public spaces
- Organise litter awareness campaigns through community groups
and through local schools
- Provide local community groups / schools with litter pickers to
carry out litter picks within their area.
- Have our own team of litter collection operatives.
What can you do?
- Do not drop litter
- Make use of the litter bins throughout the district
- Help to keep your area tidy
- Take part in anti-litter campaigns
- Take part in local litter picks
To report a litter offence please contact Bromsgrove District
For further information on litter campaigns please
visit Keep Britain
Tidy website. (This is the former Keep Britain Tidy
Working towards a cleaner environment and a brighter