Volunteers across the South East have been litter picking to 'Clean for the Queen' - but despite their efforts, there seems to be an increasing amount of litter strewn along our roads.
Blame is falling on the motorists who chuck rubbish out of their car windows, and the authorities who don't clear it up.
In east Kent, lorries are causing much of the problem.
Christine Drury, who lives near the A20 in Westwell, says there are 40 lorries parked at the end of her garden every night. Many leave their rubbish behind.
You can watch Abigail Bracken's full report by clicking on the link below. Interviewees are Westwell resident, Christine Drury; Tunstall resident, Sue Sills; and app inventor, Danny Lucas.