Streets after New Year’s walk

We arrived finally home and on Sunday we went for a walk enjoying there was no rain anymore. There was a beautiful landscape since we went to the fields near Pfaffengrund in Heidelberg (where we live). Sunset was nice and we took the time to really talk, enjoy the quiet streets and just being back at home.

Unfortunately every couple of meters we would see this: 
Rarely we stop and realize how dirty the streets look after the fire crackers and fireworks party from new year. And have you realized the amount of plastic? I felt the need to share this and taking the chance to inaugurate this new section which will be more like a personal chat.

So I hope there is some feedback from you guys, to support each other in this green zero waste journey.

As always, thank you for taking the time to read and share your opinion. How is it where you live: is there much litter on the streets after christmas/new year holidays as well?

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4 thoughts on “Streets after New Year’s walk

  1. Haha you are totally right.. Good thing that I find myself not liking these fire crackers and fireworks but I haven’t thought about all the rubbish they’re bringing with.
    I saw it but didn’t saw.
    Celebrating new year and producing all this trash instead of just being together dancing or having a proper camp fire.
    Thank you for this insight.

    Breath deep.

    1. Thank you brealche! is beautiful to see the fireworks but being aware of all the trash it produces is also our responsibility and you are right! we should value more the time together than firing and producing pollution 🙂

    1. Today I saw the Christmas pine trees on the street as well, 7-8 years to grow them and in less than 2 months back to compost 😕

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