City of Montreal | Spring cleaning begins

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.


PHOTO MARCO CAMPANOZZI, THE PRESS

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.

PHOTO MARCO CAMPANOZZI, THE PRESS

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.

PHOTO MARCO CAMPANOZZI, THE PRESS

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.

PHOTO MARCO CAMPANOZZI, THE PRESS

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.

PHOTO MARCO CAMPANOZZI, THE PRESS

The City of Montreal began its major cleaning of streets and sidewalks on Monday, as parking bans came into force during certain periods of the week. Across the city, 600 tankers, sidewalk washers, street brooms and vacuum cleaners are set into motion. Remember that approximately 60% of the waste collected comes from the fast food industry and approximately 30% is cigarette butts.


reference: www.lapresse.ca

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