Want to run a campaign of your own? Have a browse through the neighbourhoods campaigns we've tried and tested below. Each comes with a complete step by step guide and shares learnings from our experience.
Whether you're an individual, community, organisation or business, take your pick and get in touch if you'd like our support.
A creative approach to tackling litter in coastal towns, initially piloted in Brighton and Hove.Read more
Seven million disposable coffee cups are thrown away every day in the UK. Until recently that was seen as almost inevitable, but public attitudes have changed - and so have the recycling possibilities. Download our free guide to setting up a disposable coffee cups recycling scheme in your workplace.Read more
We've built Poly-Mer, the world's first plastic recycled boat, which will take people on Plastic Fishing trips to collect plastic litter from the Thames to turn into more boats that can clean our waterways.Read more
The ‘Trashconverter’ toured the Forest of Dean, engaging people on the issue of littering by getting them to swap their trash for treats. Positively reinforcing anti-littering behaviour and raising awareness of litter in the environment.Read more
Creative ways to tackle litter in rural areas, using the latest thinking and designs from around the world.Read more
Using nudge theory to reduce forest littering by creating 'Communitree' faces made out of litter collected from the forest floor, to keep a watchful eye on the forest.Read more
A pop-up shop installation displaying 33-year old litter collected from the forest floor to raise awareness of the impact of littering and to show it lasts for a very very very long time.Read more
We discovered some brilliant ideas for tackling litter from around the world, yet there is very little sharing of them. The Neat Streets website allows people to share their projects and open source ideas.Read more
Tackling night time litter by swapping people's rubbish for things they may need on a night out.Read more
Chewing gum displays encourage people to use their chewed gum to create art that reveals messages about the issue of litter.Read more