Readymade targeted signage

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Kitten: using humour

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Using bins as a nudge

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‘Don’t drop gum’ sign

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Heritage: calling on local pride

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Gnomes: looking after green spaces

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Pointing out the bin

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How many bins?

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Thanks: deploying social norms

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Eye-catching poster design

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3,2,1: countdown to the bin

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Bus stop info display

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Kitten: using humour

A light tone intervention that uses a touch of humour

Using bins as a nudge

Makes bins visible and gives a timely prompt

‘Don’t drop gum' sign

An official sign warning the public not to drop gum

Heritage: calling on local pride

An intervention for heritage areas

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A smile-inducing intervention specifically designed for green spaces that takes the idea of “watching eyes” to the next level.

Pointing out the bin

Makes sure the bins are unmissable

How many bins?

Points out the number of bins in the area

Thanks: deploying social norms.

Simply thanks people for doing the right thing

Eye-catching poster design

A bright, attractive poster that doesn’t go unnoticed

3,2,1: Countdown to the bin

An intervention designed for cut throughs

Bus stop info display

Delivering a highly targeted message at the right time

These interventions are highly targeted - reaching people at exactly the right place and time. They focus on specific locations, highlighted through our research, where gum is more likely to be littered.  

Designed to interrupt people at the moment when they might need to dispose of their gum, the designs pre-empt the wrong behaviour and nudge people to use the bin instead. Using formats such as stickers on street furniture, notices on lampposts and vinyls (a stronger form of sticker) on bins allows us to get as close as possible to the moment where littering might occur.

Our research