In addition to notebooks and folders, Sebastián Flores has in his backpack a garbage bag that he fills with waste that he finds in some bus stops during the trip to the University of Cuenca. “Twice a week I carry trash in my backpack. It is inexplicable that people leave what they consume any place where they feel,” he said indignantly. One bus stop with very specific trash problems is located on the Panamericana Norte, Kennedy sector. “There are a lot of dogs in this area and they are also a problem, because they move the garbage that people leave…
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