Stick no flyers

Flyers stuck on windscreens, when not removed, get carried away by the wind when a vehicle moves and ends up littering our streets.

I OFTEN find myself dismayed by the sight of flyers and promotional materials strewn carelessly on the ground, a brazen form of littering that not only mars our surroundings, but also poses significant environmental hazards.

This trend, which I term “cold advertising,” not only diminishes the cleanliness of our communities but also reflects a lack of consideration for our planet.

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