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San Francisco Uses Litterati Data to Successfully Defend Multi-Million Annual Tobacco Tax In Court

Data used to defend a cigarette tax.Cities devote significant resources to clean up cigarette waste. Discarded butts, packs, and their plastic wrappers get stuck in sidewalk cracks, wash down storm drains, and contaminate waterways. San Francisco city officials...

Dockers® Employee Engagement Program Activates Team Members At 15 Office Locations

Measuring the impact of corporate social responsibility.Few brands embrace the idea of “Always On” like Dockers®, the iconicLevi Strauss and Co brand that pioneered the office casual look for men around the world. In 2019, they recognized Litterati Founder & CEO...

Anta-flu Commits To Change Wrappers & Packaging from Plastic to Paper

A dedicated effort led by Dirk Groot (Zwerfinator) & Merjin Tinga (Plastic Soup Surfer) created 30,000 pieces of data in our Global Litter Database. This data helped cement a permanent change by Dutch brand Anta-flu away from plastic wrappers. In mid 2019, the...

The Netherlands, Informed by Litterati Data, Update Their Deposit-Return Scheme to Better Handle Plastic Waste

Last week, In Netherlands, a deposit-return of 15 cents was announced on all plastic bottles smaller than 1L. This will come into effect from July 2021 as efforts till date to combat small plastic bottle litter have not been successful. The Dutch government also...

How One Person’s Data Influenced Better Trashcan Placement Policy in His Hometown

After several months of semi-regular litter picking walks, Marco Meerman collected over 8,000 pieces of litter on the streets of his hometown. The resulting map of Marco's data caught the attention of local officials in Carnisselande because the data precisely located...

Dutch NGO GoClean Inspires An Entire Community

The Dutch are a model everyone can admire.If you’ve never head of the Environmental NGO GoClean, you have now. Led by the powerful force of Marloes Heebing, Joyce Bosveld, and Peggy Blaauw, GoClean is a Dutch non-profit organization committed to creating a cleaner...

Lipton Inspires 50k+ Litter Cleanup with Litterati.

The PepsiCo & Unilever joint venture decides to walk the walk. Lipton loves ice tea. But we all know that every bottle sold adds to the world’s plastic problem. Lipton is taking both responsibility and action. Over several months, they co-created a plan for a...

Student Litter Analysis Leads to Permanent School Policy Change

5th grade students picked up litter across the school grounds and found the most common item was plastic straw wrappers. It inspired the school to stop buying plastic straws to reduce reliance on single use plastic & prevent litter before it could even...

Cities Across the US Run Cleanup Campaigns For 2021 MLK Day of Service

On Monday, January 18th the nation celebrated the life and legacy of Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. as “a day on, not a day off.” The MLK day of service honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s work dismantling the systemic racism that legislation alone could not solve. It...

How San Francisco Used LitterData To Defend (And Increase) Millions in Yearly Cigarette Tax Revenue

The tobacco industry contested in court a new $2 million per year tax levied by the city of San Francisco. The city used Litterati's MAP capabilities to survey locations around the city to determine what percent of the city's litter came from cigarettes. The findings...

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