Social media used to tidy up London

Famous faces and local residents responded to three consecutive nights of intense violent unrest that was organised through social networks by using the same networks to clean up London.

The term “riotcleanup” was the top trending subject for the UK on twitter today (August 9), with celebrities including actor Simon Pegg, joining in with people from across the UK to back the clean-up.

Local police authorities across the capital face a huge bill to clean up burnt out bins and other infrastructure destroyed by vandals.

Wiles Greenworld, London’s green office supplies distributor known for its continuous commitment to the environment has shown concern for the environmental impact of the riots. However, thanks to the company’s free recycling service, a number of London businesses will have a helping hand by having all their waste collected free of charge from the delivery drivers. To book a collection please contact Wiles Greenworld on 0208 758 7700.

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