Tackling litter and flytipping across Scotland costs over £53 million pounds per year, is bad for business and tourism, spoils the look of our environment and can be a danger to our local wildlife. The best way to deal with litter and flytipping is to prevent it occurring in the first place.
Everyone with a stake in the community has the potential to positively contribute to encouraging litter prevention. This includes all members of the community, from local residents, businesses and workers, to community groups, law enforcement, education and everything in between.
This portal allows organisations and groups to showcase the action they are taking to prevent litter and flytipping in local communities across Scotland by publishing a Litter Prevention Action Plan. These organisation level plans then feed into a Community Litter Prevention Plan which promotes partnership working and maximises the impact of everyone’s efforts across the local community.
Public users can search the portal to find out what action is being taken in their local area by:
Organisations and groups can upload their plans to the portal by:
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