At least try harder to empty garbage cans BEFORE they are full. Having more sweepers to fight the trash might at least make them feel like they aren't engaged in a hopeless battle.
In the 1970's, WDW's fight against trash was exciting. Horse poop was gone in 20 seconds (people timed it) and litter was magically sucked away into a system that seemed far more impressive than the toilets on a 747. At least that's what we thought. Now I think of Disney's cleanliness as nothing special. Some malls seem cleaner. Again, it wasn't that way in the 70s. It isn't that way in Tokyo Disneyland.
Check out these photos from a currently active thread about EPCOT's attraction, Maelstrom:
Filthy Ceiling vents
. . .
A rock that is burnt cutaway, left open
Paint chipped, worn, coming off
I'm repeating myself, but maybe WDW should try harder
to prevent neglect that leads to shoddy details that'd be glaring & awful even if
they were at Magic Mountain or in a state fair midway haunted house.
If I keep coming across things like this, it might cause me to vacation elsewhere. $3,000-$4,000 can cover plane tickets and nice hotel rooms in some beautiful, interesting locations outside of Florida.