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CPRE Launch Community Litter Tracker

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The Campaign To Protect Rural England (CPRE) North Yorkshire (Charity number: 1174989) campaign for a thriving countryside that benefits everyone, and are part of the national CPRE organisation (CPRE.org.uk).

CPRE North Yorkshire has recently launched the Community Litter Tracker. The tracker allows anyone in North Yorkshire to report litter and littered areas so that we can accumulate, analyse and report on the data to local authorities and community groups to help reduce the amount of litter spoiling our beautiful county.

The tracker will only work with continued awareness of both the problem and the tracker itself, and the hope is that people would consider using various mediums to help get the word out about the Community Litter tracker.

The tracker is found at littertracker.co.uk and can be used on a smartphone or browser, both at the scene of the litter or at home on a PC. The hope that it gains traction so that we really make a difference! It’s really simple and intuitive and uses a device’s location to pinpoint the location of the litter. In 20 seconds, anyone with the internet can report litter, and if they have a little longer they can also answer additional questions and upload a photo.

The tracker really is in the community interest, so if you are able to help us spread the word the CPRE would be incredibly grateful.

Written by: YO1 Radio Web Team

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