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Macerated rubbish in bushes and landscape.

Reported via Android in the Parks/landscapes category anonymously at 18:37, Friday 2 July 2021

Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later

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As you can see from theses photos, this is how rubbish gets treated, because the caretskers cannot do their job properly. It also begs the question, why the garden crew did not allocate one of their operatives to litter pick the area they sre just about to work in. Then i realised that they do not clear their own mess up, as can clearly seen in another report i sent today. Greenwich council is seriously out of touch with the way their workers do what they would have us believe,is called work. As i have said on many occassions, we are being treated like idiots, who do not matter. Why are you(greenwich council managers), allowing your teams to do such bad work on our part of the estate, or is it normal for your operatives to work the way they do. It looks horendous when you see all of the rubbish left behind and chopped into tiny little pieces, that are harder to pick up. Or, is that the idea, chop it into tiny pieces that will be hidden by the vegetation, that might not be seen by anybody and take a 100 years to break down into micro plastics that won't get seen at all. All the managers and operatives must be aware of the reports being sent in. They either do not care about their work or peoples feelings on the matter, or they just cannot do a job properly. I urge you to get these problems sorted out. We have said before and i will say ine more time, we will take this further up the chain of command because thats where you are forcing us to go. These problems are easily remedied, yet you continue to make this a problem for your tenants.

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