East Van Garbage Watch 2013: General Brock Park
East Vancouver smells like shit.
Between West Coast Reduction's rendering plant on North Commercial, the vomit and urine streaking the sidewalks and alleyways after special events, and the epic piles of garbage, it's hard to argue that the east side of town smells like anything other than rancid death.
To wit, I present the 2013 East Van Garbage Watch (patent pending): a semi-regular series of photos of disgustingness.
Exhibit D: General Brock Park's woefully inadequate garbage can situation.
This 2.11-hectare park near Nanaimo Street and 28th Avenue boasts but one sad, lonely, overflowing trash recepticle.
The rest of the park is littered (ha ha ha) with random garbage as well.
So sad; this park ain't seen any love in a long, long time.
Previously on East Van Garbage Watch: Guelph Park's extremely rancid trash can offends any and all sensibilities.
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