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Littering from car window to be punished in Beijing

(CRI Online)

12:24, July 24, 2013

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Municipal authorities in Beijing will now punish those who litter from car windows, the Beijing Morning Post reports on Wednesday.

Beijing residents can report littering by car drivers to the microblogging Weibo account of the Beijing Traffic Management Bureau or make s phone call to 96310. Once verified, the guilty party will be punished with a fine of up to 50 yuan.

An official responsible for managing the city's image said on Tuesday that garbage littered from car window has reached an astonishing number in Beijing, and also created potential risks of traffic accidents for the sanitation workers who usually do the cleaning work for the city during the wee hours.

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