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New program ‘Triangle Project’ pays homeless $2 for every trash bag to keep encampments clean –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Triangle Project is a new program in San Diego that seeks to pay homeless people $ 2 for each garbage bag they fill in order to keep the camps clean.

Brian Trotier of the Triangle Project, the Lucky Duck Foundation, and Tuesday Group teamed up with KUSI’s Jason Austell on “Good Morning San Diego” to discuss details of the Triangle Project.

Trotier explained that a gentleman sleeping on the sidewalk of Commercial Street first came up with the idea.

After the first two days, 200 garbage bags were received, with an overall positive response from individuals, business owners and others.

The aim of the project is to give people the opportunity to master their conditions and environment and make trash and trash cans more easily accessible.



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