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Litter-free LB Outreach

Litter-free LB began in 2005 as a multi-faceted program to get all stake-holders involved in the City’s litter issue. A General Awareness campaign was developed consisting of:

  • www.litterfreeLB.org
  • Advertisements
  • Boulevard Banners
  • Reusable Bags
  • Truck Signs
  • Bus Shelter Posters
  • Library Posters
  • PSAs
  • No Advertising” Doorhangers


Litter-free LB Kids

2007 to 2012: Litter-free LB provided a poster/video contest to engage middle school students in Long Beach about the impacts of litter in our neighborhoods.

2012 Contest Winners

 

2006 to 2012:
Litter-free LB provided a school assembly and contest to educate elementary school students in Long Beach about the impacts of litter in our neighborhoods.

Program Summary


Long Beach Plastic Bag Ban

To help reduce litter, Long Beach has instituted a ban on the distribution of plastic carryout bags by retailers. Here you’ll find detailed information:

 
Information for Retailers
Information for Residents

 


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The Litter-free Long Beach Program is designed to expand awareness of the impacts of litter, build community pride, and develop support and participation in keeping
Long Beach litter-free.

Litter-free Long Beach is a program of the:

Environmental Services Bureau

Department of Public Works

City of Long Beach, CA