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New Glastonbury recycling film online now

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If you were walking in the countryside would you throw your rubbish on the floor or wait for a bin? Hmmm, some people at Glastonbury seem to think that the floor is just fine and dandy. Luckily there is a plan in place to clear up and recycle whatever the Festival can.

This short film by Joe Wheatley gives you an insight into the huge operation that takes place to keep the Glastonbury site clean during the Festival. Every can or plastic bottle that goes into the recycling bins gets sorted by hand, by our dedicated recycling team in the green barn close to Worthy Farm. The stars of this are the Litter Pickers, the villains the idle careless fans who just, well, seem to prefer to live in filth.