Budapest (MTI) – Some 150 tonnes of waste have been collected from Budapest’s public areas on January 1, 50 tonnes more than after New Year’s festivities a year ago, a spokesperson for the company in charge of municipal areas (FKF) told public television M1 on Friday.

Gabriella Dorogi said that FKF’s fleet of 300 trucks and a staff of 330 had set to the streets at 6am on New Year’s day to remove litter from the streets, subways and areas around the many parties celebrating the turn of the year.

Dorogi reported that the clean-up operation was concluded in the afternoon.

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