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Litter Pick

Reported via mobile in the Flytipping (NH) category anonymously at 17:42, Sunday 17 March 2024

Sent to National Highways less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5726863.

21 bags of litter, 3 vehicle bumpers, multiple cones, loads of car parts and an assortment of other items collected by volunteers along the hedgerow on Grange Mill Lane on National Highways land. Left in a pile near an opening in the hedge for easy collection by NH. Can’t miss it as we’ve left two cones in the hedgerow to indicate where the rubbish is. Location of the pile is just behind the hedgerow on Grange Mill Lane. What3words location of rubbish is ///

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  • Thank you for contacting National Highways about litter.

    We’ve extended your report to our maintenance team who has arranged collection. We're grateful for your collective efforts here in helping to clean the verge. However, may we take this opportunity to ask that while carrying out this litter pick, you ensure that you’re not accessing the carriageway or the hard shoulder due to the dangers of doing so.

    Littering by people is, unfortunately, a behaviour that has a big impact on some parts of our roads. We aim to keep our roads as tidy and free of litter as we can. Our litter picking is carefully planned to try to minimise the impact it has on road users and the safety of our people.

    Litter picks often require lane closures, which are disruptive to traffic flow. To help reduce the frequency of this disruption, where we can, we usually combine our reactive litter picks with other maintenance work which can result in what appears to be a delayed response.

    Kind regards National Highways

    State changed to: No further action

    Posted by National Highways at 12:58, Wednesday 20 March 2024

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