What is Trash Hunt?“Trash Hunt” is an app to report and monitor all indiscriminate dumping sites. We encourage users to take photos and record the information on the app, whenever they come across places littered with trash. These sites will be displayed on our Trash Hunt map and help local authorities, stakeholders and residents to deal with them in a timely manner. Tìm hiểu thêm
What can you do?
Report indiscriminate dumping sites Take photos and note down information about the sites. Hit “Report”. After your report is approved, the dumping sites will appear on our Trash Hunt map.
Organise cleanups Go to any dumping site on our map and create a cleanup for the site. Anyone who follows the site will be notified of your event.
Join exciting rewards programme Earn points from your activities and use them to exchange for exciting prizes.
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abc Thông tin Địa điểm: 208 Thành Công, Ba Đình, Hà Nội, Việt Nam Thời gian: 14/10/2021 Tình trạng: Chưa dọn dẹp Khối lượng rác: Nhỏ Loại: Khoảng cách: 0 km ( đến sông/biển gần nhất ) Liên hệ: Huy Nguyen +84123121321 email@example.com
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