Fast foodies campaign for a tidy Essex

Bag it up – Domino’s staff launch the campaign

Bag it up – Domino’s staff launch the campaign

First published in Echo News

DOMINO’s Pizza stores in Rayleigh and Hadleigh have joined forces with other fast-food outlets across Essex to take part in a litter campaign.

Called ‘Love Essex’, the campaign is a promotion by Keep Britain Tidy that has seen staff from Domino’s, McDonalds and KFC help clean up the county’s streets.

Domino’s became a signatory of the Litter Prevention Agreement in May, another initiative from Keep Britain Tidy, which focuses on raising awareness of the economic and environmental impact of litter.

Niraj Madlani, Domino’s franchisee in Rayleigh and Hadleigh, said: “We are passionate about getting involved in this campaign.

“Litter has become a huge problem and as a brand we do our best to promote the responsible disposal of our pizza boxes.

“There is a lot of work to be done across the country to reduce litter, but if we can help to make a difference in Essex, then it’s a good start.”

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4:08pm Wed 11 Jun 14

VeteranOfMany says...

Seeing as these toe rag business's have enjoyed not giving a fu#k about their rubbish for years, this mockery of a concern is just an advert, for yet more rubbish.
Seeing as these toe rag business's have enjoyed not giving a fu#k about their rubbish for years, this mockery of a concern is just an advert, for yet more rubbish. VeteranOfMany
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4:23pm Wed 11 Jun 14

supermadmax says...

They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS.

Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost.
They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS. Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost. supermadmax
  • Score: 0

4:24pm Wed 11 Jun 14

supermadmax says...

I bet that guy in the photo with his shirt off don't eat much donomo.
I bet that guy in the photo with his shirt off don't eat much donomo. supermadmax
  • Score: 1

4:28pm Wed 11 Jun 14

John Right says...

Take your black sacks down to these pizza joints, saying Here's my rubbish...
Take your black sacks down to these pizza joints, saying Here's my rubbish... John Right
  • Score: 0

5:27pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Living the La Vida Legra says...

supermadmax wrote:
They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS. Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost.
1st point. You naughty man!! But spot on
2nd point It's a ripoff
On an other point Papa John why don't they list ingredients?
[quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS. Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost.[/p][/quote]1st point. You naughty man!! But spot on 2nd point It's a ripoff On an other point Papa John why don't they list ingredients? Living the La Vida Legra
  • Score: 1

5:58pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Living the La Vida Legra wrote:
supermadmax wrote:
They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS. Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost.
1st point. You naughty man!! But spot on
2nd point It's a ripoff
On an other point Papa John why don't they list ingredients?
It would be a bit like that episode of The Simpsons where the Kwik-e-Mart bloke, Apu says to Homer 'Mr Homer our jerky is now almost one hundred percent rectum free'
[quote][p][bold]Living the La Vida Legra[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]supermadmax[/bold] wrote: They should not be allowed to serve fatties. Pubs are not allowed to serve alcoholics and casinos / betting shops addicts, why should fast food places be allowed to serve the obese, food addiction is a serious problem. & You lot who moan about your taxes should be concerned about the burden on NHS. Incidently why do dominos get away with charging so much, the pizzas are ok but if you go to a decent takeaway along southchurch or london road you can get an even better pizza for a fraction of the cost.[/p][/quote]1st point. You naughty man!! But spot on 2nd point It's a ripoff On an other point Papa John why don't they list ingredients?[/p][/quote]It would be a bit like that episode of The Simpsons where the Kwik-e-Mart bloke, Apu says to Homer 'Mr Homer our jerky is now almost one hundred percent rectum free' Howard Cháse
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