After two successful years, BBC Suffolk's Don't be a Tosser campaign returns in 2010 - once again asking for your help to clean up our county.
Suffolk's county, district and borough councils are all getting involved to help with the clean up. The county council's waste recycling team is collecting used white goods in this very fetching van.
This time round Mark Murphy and his Breakfast Show team have enlisted the help of Suffolk Constabulary and will look to tackle anti-social behaviour as well as litter.
As part of Suffolk Coast and Heath's drive to keep our beaches clean a team of 25 volunteers turned out in Bawdsey on Monday, 12 April for a successful Spring Adopt-a-Beach survey.
John was very disappointed to see that just a few days after this area near Kessingland had been cleaned up it had fallen victim of fly tippers once again..
.. they also left over 100 tyres.
Early support for the campaign came from Karen Cannard, who with her Rubbish Diet blog has made a name for not creating rubbish - let alone dropping it in public.
Waste Recycling Group in conjunction with Suffolk County Council has branded up this special Don't be a Tosser container - taking the message countywide.
Suffolk Constabulary's Chief Constable Simon Ash is serious about the campaign.
Mark was only to pleased to support the Rotary Club of Sudbury as they set out litter picking as part of Babergh District Councilís campaign "Litter Heroes".
The campaign aims to clean up all areas of the county, but Mark only had to look behind the BBC Suffolk studios to see that the clean up is going to have to start at home. "We can't afford to relax!" he said. Mark's not responsible for the sick!
Mark joined members of the Kesgrave Safer Neighbourhood Team and members of the Rushmere Community Resource Unit as they cleaned up Rushmere Common.
PC Sally Loftus from the Safer Neighbourhood Team on Heath Road in Ipswich is backing the campaign.
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