Litter, dirt and vermin. What can we do about the increasing pollution of our city?
Anyone who comes to our city can hardly deny it: Amsterdam has a waste problem. The streets are often littered with plastic packaging, cigarette butts, empty chip trays and other food scraps. A lot of waste ends up on the street, via the street into the canals and further into nature. Rats and seagulls feast on all these delicacies on the street. However, this is not so favorable for hygiene and a healthy city. More and more people are disturbed by the waste on the street and in some parts of the city it is overflowing.
Pakhuis de Zwijger invite you to discuss the dirty city with various city council members this evening. What is the City Council’s view on how to deal with this? How can we tackle the waste problem in the city together?
Do you want to ask the council members about litter and the waste problem in the city? Then come to the Voice of the City and join the conversation!
This program is in Dutch, you can register here.
Photo: Pakhuis de Zwijger_Lratz via Visualhunt