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Scheme targets littering drivers

Posters are to be put up in a Warwickshire town as part of a campaign targeting littering motorists.

Rugby Borough Council said it had joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy for the month-long initiative.

It said people would be asked to report littering on the Keep Britain Tidy website, which would help the analysis of trends in littering from vehicles.

The council said litter was "everyone's responsibility" as it announced its participation in the national scheme.

The posters would "remind motorists of their responsibilities", it added.



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