Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Trashed quiet neighborhood suggest a trash truck spill issue in San Jose. The issue seems to disappear outside San Jose's borders. Product bans would not solve anything

An issue I find unique to within the official borders of San Jose and not other cities.

Even in where I live which is up the hill in a rather secluded neighborhood trash problems on the streets and in empty voids are still rampant.

garbage along the curb of Springbrook Ave between Murillo ave and Slopeview Drive. 
Close up view of garbage beside north curb at Springbrook Ave.  between Murillo Ave. and Slopeview Dr. 

Random piece of garbage in the middle of Springbrook Ave

pieces of garbage on Springbrook Ave across from Springbrook Ct. which is within 1000 ft of murillo Ave.

pieces of paper containers on Springbrook Ct. 

A random cup at the end of Springbrook Ave.

Murillo Ave north of Springbrook Ave. and south of Slopeview ave. abandoned table  beside sound wall. 

tissue paper within pile of trash. 

Murillo Ave between Springbrook Ave and Slopeview Piece of paper and a water bottle

First polystyrene container I seen in this journey

Newspaper bag, these litter the landscape but are not banned.

Food packing on the ground on Murillo Ave north of Slopeview Ave. 

two protective or bin liner type plastic bag I strongly believe it fell off garbage truck

Another bin liner type plastic bag

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This same kind of cup a noodle bowl has been found on the crest of slopeview as  well this definitely has  came from garage trucks

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