It was really good to see a step in the right direction regarding litter management this year, but it could be improved further. No possibility of bin jousting also made for a great night's sleep every day. Cheers.
There definitely was less litter in the arena this year, but still quite a lot. I would suggest a recycling bin for cans next year as I saw a substantial number of empties on the ground. There was also quite a lot of single-use plastic cups on the ground (I assume from the slushy store).
As far as the campsite is concerned, I strongly suggest (again) providing punters with weekend camping tickets a rubbish bag each upon arrival. Some festivals give punters their money back when they return full bags of rubbish to a dump site, others go around inspecting sites and instructing people to clean up (providing more bags if necessary). The former will definitely work (especially with young people) because people like money. As the "camp mum" I bought a roll of bags and cleaned up our camp area and the barbecue area (the latter because the mess offended me), but not everyone thinks like me.
Back to the actual festival though - great selection of bands, fun weekend, and horrifically expensive food/drink. I'll probably be back again next year.