18 May, 2011

Towhall wants the Angers participants to the Music Day be sensitive to the cleanliness of the event

According to informations published on its website, Angers townhall will monitor that the 2011 edition of the Music Day, due to take place on the first day of the summer, june 21st, be an event concerned by citizenship. "The music day is an opportunity to be part of an eco-event", points out the city.

An Association for the respect of environment during sporting and cultural events will teach to participants how to sort the waste materials used during such evenings : plastic glasses, bottles, cans, etc... Townhall, writing that the association is available to help people to sort their wastes "even out of their home", points out the behaviour of inhabitants regarding the preservation of environment is very different regarding private and public places.

Garbage cans will be set up by the city in the streets near the places the musicians will perform. If ecological concerns are ahead of the reasons invoked by towhall, economic reasons should have their legitimacy too. But are the inhabitants sensitive to the townhall arguments at the end of that very festive event?

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