“Don’t litter NYC” campaign encourages New Yorkers to work, play and enjoy themselves throughout the New York City while doing it in a litter free manner. Every molecule, atom and particle matter no matter how small they appear, and this campaign serves as a small reminder.
Work in one of the most diverse and opportunity filled cities across the nation, Litter Free.
Play in the city that never sleeps, without trash that slowly creeps.
Enjoy yourself in a city where the work may get dirty, but the city is always clean.
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