Bag the Butts

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Keene YMCA members Bagged the Butts in the Court Street area in September

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Youth and adult members of Nashua PAL (Police Athletic League)
picked up trash and cigarette butts during Nashua’s Los Amigos Park Clean-Up in June

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Bag the Butts™ clean-ups are not just for Earth Day. This summer and fall take advantage of the nice weather and do a yard, neighborhood, or community clean-up!

During your activity take photos of the clean-up and collected cigarette butts. With your participant’s permission, share photos with us at info@breathenh.org or #BagtheButts2021.

Contact us at info@breathenh.org or call 603-669-2411 to request free Bag the Butts™ toolkits! (first come, first served).

Local groups and organizations are responsible for supervising youth and adults participating in their community clean-ups. Breathe New Hampshire is not responsible for organizing or overseeing the community clean-ups.

 

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Cigarette butts remain one of the world’s greatest environmental litter problems, taking up to 10
years to decompose and leaching toxins into the ground and water. Breathe New Hampshire's Bag the Butts™ has been promoting state-wide community clean-ups for over 10 years to raise awareness of the environmental impact of cigarette litter while educating people on the risks associated with tobacco use.

Tobacco use is not only a health issue - it is also an environmental issue. Click on Tobacco and the Environment to learn more.

 

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