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McDonald's as a whole does care for the environment
Posted by: LuCkyBoy ( McD's, England ) on October 25, 1999 at 01:16:50:
In Reply to: Macdonalds should actually practise what they preach posted by fifa on October 22, 1999 at 15:04:25:
: : I WALK PAST BOTH THE MCDONALDS IN MY TOWN CENTRE ON THE WAY HOME AND ITS HARD NOT TO GET BURGER WRAPPERS SOAKED WITH COLA STUCK TO YOUR FEET. WHERE ARE THE LITTER PATROLS, THE BINS ARE ALL OVERFLOWING.
: : MCDONALDS ATTITUDE ?? LEAVE IT TO THE COUNCIL THEYLL DO IT FOR US
well perhaps when you eat the stuff you might want to put the rubbish in to the bins instead of leaving it on the floor.
McDonald's as a whole does care for the environment in which it opens, we are the single largest spnosor of waste bins in the UK, yet we do not use them ourselves. It is easy to attribute blame to Us as a company when we are so prolific, yet if you see a whsmith bag on the street you don't blame them. We do as much as we can to keep litter down but until we can Make people put their waste in bins then we will never succeed.
McSpotlight: And yet the meat industry is the second-biggest destroyer of the environment (after the oil industry); how can a company which promotes meat-eating ever be environmentally friendly?