Study estimates 500 million pieces of litter on Pennsylvania roads. Here are the worst offenders.

The Morning Call – From the cigarette butt casually tossed from a car window, to the empty soda can that never seems to move, to yesterday’s fast-food container, there’s never a shortage of garbage to be found along Pennsylvania’s highways. But for the first time in two decades, researchers have put a number on the state’s trash problem: 500 million.

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