I’ve worked in the tech industry for a while, and like everybody else armed with at least a passing working knowledge of web design, a dream of gainful self-employment, and well-saturated by a few ounces of pure, distilled gumption, I’ve wanted to start my own web-based company. The dream itself is simple enough—to be a self-employed, web-based provider of services and administration protocols for much bigger companies.
In the last fifty years litter has increased across London by a massive 500%. A similar growth in packaged goods and fast foods is mainly responsible for the containers that account for at least 70% of litter. It’s hardly surprising that rats are flourishing with numbers reaching an estimated 60 million. The size and density of London’s urban sprawl places the capital’s nine million residents in daily peril of the long-term effects of litter pollution.