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The poicy is SUPPOSED to be

Posted by: joshers ( USA ) on June 23, 1999 at 18:56:22:

In Reply to: litter clean up posted by Colin on June 20, 1999 at 14:08:52:

: I am wondering whether Mc Donalds have a responsibility to clean up disregarded packaging waste from around restaurants and in run off areas. ie. natural water courses. If there is no such obligation, why isn't there ,and if there is, why isn't it being adhered to.
: You would think that A Company with such revenue would hold highly in their prorities,the presentation factor and the Cleanliness of its surounding grounds.
: This does not seem to be the case in Australia,namely South East Queensland.
: We would Appriciate real and honest Answers no Marketing jargin

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: McSpotlight: McD's place the responsibility for clearing up squarely on the shoulders of their customers; they have denied any part in the McDonald's litter that finds it way onto the street.

The poicy is SUPPOSED to be that the person who cleans the lot (daily) is also in charge to pick up litter all around the store and the surrounding area. My store is on a corner of a block, so we clean all around the perimeter of that block of all McD litter. That is supposed to be how it works everywhere, but even I have noticed some other stores do a poor job in cleaning up.

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