More than 1,000 volunteers are assisting in cleaning up litter after the Glastonbury Music Festival (GMF) in the United Kingdom.
In addition to the volunteers, £785,000 will be spent on the cleanup; it is unclear if taxpayers are footing the bill.
View images of the aftermath below (descriptions via Getty Images).
The GMF's organizers push left-wing causes; hyping "climate change" and being "green."
Michael Eavis, founder of the GMF, frames his operation as environmentally conscientious:
We hope that we can continue to lead the way [in finding solutions to environmental concerns] by making Glastonbury as green and as sustainable as we are able to, given the restrictions of the site, and also by spreading the word to Festival goers about what will really make a difference to the environment.Promotional posters for the GMF urge patrons to "leave no trace" of litter.