Ploggers In Ireland tasks:
Is there a term for #dogowners who put dog poop in bags and then refuse to dispose of the bags properly? Noncompoop? Partlypoopers?
Come on @irishrail Either make them edible or eliminate. Or how about redesigning ticket machine #UI to ask if you want a receipt for environmental reasons. If @bankofireland ATMs can do it #Blackrock #litter #dublin #plogging #paperless @broadsheet_ie @dlrcc @BlackrocktidyT pic.twitter.com/XR9WMgAuPR
— Ploggers in Ireland (@DublinPlogging) January 21, 2019
Blackrock, County Dublin.
Ultan Mashup writes:
Bags of dog poop clogging up bin at Carysfort Blackrock dog park. Class Act…
I called Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC.) Tip: quote the bin number too if you can see it as well as location. Kudos DLRCC…See y’all Plogging next week…
poo bag Poolbeg.
A fascinating short documentary by Nathan Truesdell about the 1986 Guinness record attempt by the city of Cleveland, Ohio to simultaneously release 1.5 million balloons – a spectacular stunt that turned into an environmental disaster as the city realised it was just littering on a gigantic, wildlife harming, health and safety baiting scale.