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Beach litter blitzers criticise council’s ‘haphazard’ waste collection

OBAN beach cleaners say haphazard council collections of their weekly litter haul is ‘rubbish’.

Every Wednesday a team of volunteer litter pickers from the town’s New Hope centre go out to the George Street beach with buckets and bin bags to keep it tidy.

Broken bits of plastic, battered traffic cones, broken garden chairs, soft drink bottles, used paint brushes and clothing rags are regularly washed up.

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