Tell your boss, make an announcement on the intercom, get your latex gloves out of the first aid box, and take an extra 20 minute break to pick up trash outside. It's a sunny day!

At aasman we even made it a conversation about branding.

Last year the people of Whitehorse made their voice heard about how to brand the city. Result: our iconic boat logo and the tagline "the wilderness city". No one wants to find trash in the wilderness, so let's live up to that perception today. We can impress our visiting family and friends and those cute new seasonal employees with clean streets.

If we keep the roadsides clean, passers through are more likely to keep them that way. It's one small way to control the city's image.

Graffitti be gone!

We're coming to get'cha, you nasty trash pieces! 

 

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