Florida's litter busters are doing a lousy job of enforcing the law, according to state figures released for Earth Day.
Though littering will cost you $100 fine in the Sunshine State, not much has been collected since the state doubled littering fines three years ago.
In the three years since fines were doubled from $50 to $100 per offense, the state has received $213,000 from trash-tossers, about $71,000 per year.
Making matters worse, about a third of Florida's counties haven't collected a dime from litterbugs since the fines were doubled.
Cleaning up litter along the states' roadways and beaches costs taxpayers millions each year.