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(Submitted กระเป๋าสตางค์ ผู้หญิง ราคาถูก 100 by Island Waste Management Corporation) Ortenburger understands that in some situations, people may just have extras and don't want to keep them around for next year. But she wants Islanders to understand that the bags are only meant to be used for the cleanup. "If people see that they're at a restaurant or a business and they see a Roadside Cleanup bag being used for a trash bag in the washroom, to just kind of point that out that it's not what they're there for," said Ortenburger. The bags with the Women's Institute logo are only supposed to be used for the Roadside Cleanup. (Submitted by Island Waste Management Corporation) This year's reduction in bag locations to try to raise awareness about their misuse is a pilot project. The Women's Institute is also reducing the number of bags produced with the W.I. logo, from 50,000 to 20,000. "We're all trying to figure out how to keep the bags just to be used for the Roadside Cleanup," said Ortenburger. "I think we're going to look at a stronger educational campaign about waste in the next year." Chepstow - Little Harbour 4-H Club has been participating in Roadside Cleanup for many years. (Del Henderson/Facebook) As part of the pilot project, the bags are only available from Island Waste Management depots across the province . In the past, they have also been available at Access P.E.I. sites. "We would see them coming in regular black cart collection and we wanted to make sure that the bags were actually being used for the Roadside Cleanup itself," said Gerry Moore, CEO Island Waste Management Corporation.
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