Cleaning up after the music stops

Returning the site of a festival to its former condition after everyone has gone home usually takes far longer than the event itself, but thanks to more awareness and increased reuse and recycling, attitudes are chang-ing, writes Paul Vale

by Paul Vale
Cleaning up the Glastonbury site after the festival has been estimated to cost as much as £ 800,000. Photo: Nick Rice/ Flickr
Cleaning up the Glastonbury site after the festival has been estimated to cost as much as £ 800,000. Photo: Nick Rice/ Flickr

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