Sustainable Cities and Communities

Bristol Harbour’s Wave Sculpture

A campaign to encourage people in Leeds to recycle 'on the go'.. Image © Wren Miller Art

The Wave sculpture was created with rubbish to highlight litter pollution.

A sculpture made with 90kg of litter has been placed in Bristol Harbour.

The Wave, created by artist Wren Miller, is part of a new joint campaign between Bristol Waste, Bristol City Council and the environmental charity Hubbub to reduce litter in the city.

The rubbish was collected from Baldwin Street and is reflective of the volume left in bins on just ONE Friday!

Colourful voting bins for general litter and ‘ballot bins’ for cigarette butts will also be installed to get people to vote with their litter on hot topics.



Posted by Bob Edwards 3 February 2023

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