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15:31

Opinion

Fighting litter

MICHEL CRUZ

As you may have noticed in television ads and newspapers, there is a growing awareness of the damage plastic packaging - and its eventual product, plastic litter - has on the environment. There's a growing debate about its impact on land, sea, ... will eventually do to your wellbeing. There is still litter everywhere! These are all positive signs of a gradual shift in attitudes and a growing awareness of a problem that has been on the rise (literally) for decades now, but in reality you still ... natural scenery you're gazing at will be spoiled with loads of litter lying around on the verges of roads. It's got even worse now, with the plastic, paper, glass and tin litter - and even more disgusting junk too - having spread from the verges into

13:09

Local

Almuñécar holds post San Juan beach cleanup

J. R.

...kilos of litter were collected in just under 1.5 hours, including a wide variety of plastics, rope, fishing lines, broken umbrellas, beach chairs, fishing nets, batteries and drinking straws. Playa Patrol will be organising similar events later in the

13:26

LifeStyle

A creative way to help the environment

Jennie Rhodes

Dita Grunte and Rafa Coellho have a clear vision: to combine their skills as artists with good environmental practices. It is said that charity starts at home and this is definitely the case with the couple, who have been living in Almuñécar since Ma

16:04

Local

Marbella buys 350 large new litter bins

SUR

Councillor for Street Cleansing in Marbella, Diego López has unveiled the new, larger litter bins that the council has bought. In total 350 have been acquired and they will be installed in the busiest areas, including Puerto Banús and the Old ... Town. López said that the smaller, current bins, with a capacity of 30 litres of rubbish, have to be emptied up to four times a day and fill up quickly in high season, causing litter to build up on the street. In contrast, the new bins have a capacity

19:23

Local

Bomb found in Marbella litter bin was ready to be used

J. CANO / H. BARBOTTA

Costa del Sol. A maintenance worker came across the device by chance noticing a strange package inside a street litter bin. A bomb disposal team was sent from Malaga who carried out a controlled explosion. Officers say the bomb was wrapped in bags and

16:01

Local

Costa del Sol gears up for San Juan's seaside revelry and the massive annual litter clear-up

n. hesketh / a. Rodríguez malaga

...taking part, including attending organised beach events such as in Nerja, Torre del Mar, Malaga’s La Misericordia beach, La Cala de Mijas, Fuengirola and Marbella’s El Cable beach, all in the lead-up to midnight. A sand garden growing litter to ... litter-dropping habits. The initiative includes imaginary gardens on the beach planted with people’s rubbish. On Saturday morning, in Malaga city, 177 street cleaners, 67 refuse vehicles and 100 local police officers will start work at 5am to clean up after the

13:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar becomes 45th government to sign up to United Nations Clean Seas Campaign

Debbie Bartlett

It was a fitting date: on World Environment Day on Tuesday Gibraltar pledged to contribute to the goals of the Global Partnership on Marine Litter, a voluntary open-ended partnership of international agencies, governments, businesses, academia, ... other single-use plastic materials. It will also raise awareness of marine litter, promote recycling and encourage a move away from single-use plastic in general.

14:05

Local

International clean-up squad tackles Duquesa port

ASH BOLTON

...from Surrey, said that it all began last July when he was fed up of seeing rubbish on the seafront while walking his dogs. He explained: "It was awful. There was rubbish everywhere. I set myself a target of picking up 1,000 bits of litter a week while ... walking from Duquesa Port to Castillo and back - and I managed it easily." Like-minded locals started joining Stephen on his weekly litter picking expeditions and numbers quickly swelled - so he started a Facebook group, which now has almost 400 members.