It’s Earth Day, Try to Not Throw Rubber Gloves on the Ground
You could be considerate of the planet and stop throwing your gloves on the side of the road that'd be great.
Most of us are stuck in quarantine and only go outside to get a little exercise and fresh air. It's easy to forget what day it is in isolation. You may have forgotten but it's Earth Day.
If you wear rubber gloves in public and are throwing them on the ground after use please stop. Not only is it bad for the environment but it's most likely unhealthy. New York trails, bus stops, parking lots and even sidewalks are being littered with disposable gloves.
If you could dispose of your gloves and masks properly in a trash receptacle or maybe even safely clean some up off of the ground that's be a great way to celebate.
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