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80-year-old Julien cleans up litter with a tricycle, sometimes two times per day: Bluuvn goan!
Ichtegem With his electric tricycle foams Julien Goemaere the Ichtegemse streets to be litter to clean up. “An average of two days per week, I am ‘en route’. And I keep waste. Even today (Thursday, ed.) away I five full bags of cans and plastic.”

Penalty guy, Julien. He worked until his 77 years as a contractor – pikdorsen and beet harvest, for example – and I also know now not to stop. Since last August, he is one of the 28 so-called Mooimakers of Ichtegem, volunteers who are committed to a clean city. “I like to bike often with seniorenvereniging Okra. During the many trips I noticed that a lot of canals there is dirt hove to. I wanted to do something.” First pulled Julien to battle with a regular bike. “In the end, I bought online a tweedehandsdriewieler for 400 euros. That blows not to as I put it aside and turn to waste to clean up. In addition, I can bake on the mount to see all that filth.” In total, he invested more than 800 euros in his bike.

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