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“Sanitation worker and community advocate Terrill Haigler, aka Ya Fav Trashman, believes that empowering people to make positive change where they live is key to making even better things happen.”

– Micheal Butler

 

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“The former sanitation worker is calling for the Streets Commissioner to resign, and also launching a cleanup app called Glitter.”

– Michaela Winberg

 

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“A couple years back, South Philly resident Morgan Berman found herself walking through the city on New Year’s Day and couldn’t help but notice one thing: all the trash. And then, she decided to do something about it.”

– Nick Vadala

 

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“Clean streets are a goal that has eluded Philadelphia for decades. But now, as the old ad campaign used to say, ‘there’s an app for that.'”

– Pat Loeb

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“Glitter has a promise: to help remove trash from the streets of Philadelphia. It will be an auxiliary service since the city is not doing it effectively. So said Berman who calls the application the Lyft garbage disposal.”

– Editorial El Sol Latino

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“One of the solutions to the litter problem is a new app, developed by Morgan Berman, founder of MilkCrate, which builds apps for nonprofits named Glitter.”

– Megan Milligan

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“Glitter, is poised to help tackle the city’s trash problem by paying Philly residents a living wage to keep their streets clean.”

-Courtney Duchene

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