Huntsville Green Team launches survey to address litter in the city

Litter is a major concern of the Huntsville Green Team, and they want to get the public’s input on the matter. (City of Huntsville)

The City of Huntsville’s “Green Team” is conducting a city-wide survey to receive public input on litter. The city wants citizens to complete the survey by Aug. 31.

Learn more about the Green Team survey on litter:

Help the Huntsville Green Team

Help address litter in the city by filling out the Huntsville Green Team’s survey. (Nathan Watson / Bham Now)

Green Team is the City of Huntsville’s division responsible for litter prevention as well as environmental outreach and education.

“Even with our wonderful volunteer groups, it’s hard for a team of about a dozen city employees to stay on top of litter in the 228 square miles that Huntsville encompasses, so having public input will help us identify how to best allocate our resources. It could also possibly lead to some innovative ideas for litter prevention in Huntsville.”

City of Huntsville Director of Landscape Management Brian Walker

The source of litter and what to do to combat the issue is the main goal of the survey, city officials said.

Take the survey

Take the Huntsville Green Team survey on litter. (Nathan Watson / Bham Now)

The brief survey can be completed anonymously and takes about four minutes. In addition to multiple-choice questions, Huntsville residents may submit alternative suggestions for new ways to prevent and mitigate litter in the city.

The survey is available on the City of Huntsville website and the Green Team Facebook page.

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