Londoners shocked by toxic hazard cigarette campaign

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Londoners shocked by toxic hazard cigarette campaign

Neat Streets is a running campaign that is raising awareness of litter and how it is dealt with. 

According to research 72 per cent of what people throw away are cigarette butts. The company Veolia has found a way to turn this litter into energy, and is now campaigning across the capital to change the public's perception.

 Richard Kirkman the Technical Director of Veolia told London Live about the new campaign.

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