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Two Weeks Later, Qui-Si-Sana Promenade Still Remains A Dirty Mess

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A stream of plastic bottles, broken glass and litter continues to line the Qui-Si-Sana seafront weeks after residents took to social media complaining about the state of the area.

Photos sent to Lovin Malta show the copious amounts of rubbish that has been left on the sidewalk for weeks on end forming a (literal) melting pot of rubbish…

 

Along with plastic bottles and rotten food, the sidewalk is covered with broken glass, posing a threat to passersby.

Two weeks ago, Sliema residents took to Facebook to complain about the state of the Qui-Si-Sana children’s park which was littered with plastic bottles from parties the night before.

When contacted by Lovin Malta, the Sliema Local Council called for more policing in the area to help combat the pollution problem.

However, two weeks later, the Qui-Si-Sana seafront has shown no sign of change with more rubbish being left behind day by day.

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