I was interested to see that Macdonalds do seem to have some commitment to reducing the amount of litter produced from their restaurants. I've never seen any staff doing a litter pick in Haringey - I might contact them and ask them if they will organise one.
In answer to the question "What measures do you take to stop people littering the streets with your packaging"
- "We provide litter bins outside all McDonald's restaurants and the company is one of the biggest sponsors of council provided bins in the country. Also all McDonald's packaging carries an anti-littering symbol supported by signage in restaurants and car parks."
- All well and good but is putting an anti-litter symbol going to stop someone tossing their rubbish from their car into a hedge? I mean the threat of death on a cigarette packet doesn't deter people from smoking so I think they're p*ssing in the wind with that one!