True Vermonters don't throw down litter,
we pick it up.
Positive Disposal Behaviors
Correlating individual behavior with a clean community.
With permission: Copyright Community Change, 2003, Cartoonist Kerry Millard.
Running after litter which has blown away
|Litter picking is an South Burlington All-Season Sport.|
Drop a piece, you lose a point.
Pick up a piece you gain a point.
Bringing your own containers to take items home for reuse, recycling, composting or disposal
|CSWD Re Use Zones|
Suggesting others pick up litter they have dropped
|Yes Francine, you are right; we need to get the word out that cigarette litter is particularly harmful to our water, wildlife, and human health.|
Coordinating people to work together to clean up
|Green Up Day, a South Burlington family tradition.|
A pick-up if a ‘foul shot’ misses
|Maida, one of South Burlington's Adopt-A-Block volunteers.|
Going out of your way to find a bin when there isn’t one nearby
|Time to deploy solar compactors on public streets of South Burlington,VT.|
Prompting others to do the right thing
Cleaning up after someone else
|People who care about clean neighborhoods must pick up for people who don't care and litter.|
Stuffing items into an over full bin, even if your hands get dirty
|Bernie goes head over heals for Green and Clean in South Burlington. |
Helping to make SB the signature image of a clean city.