In central London, extra staff were deployed following the Queen’s lying-in-state and funeral.
Westminster City Council described keeping the centre of London clean as a “huge operation”. Over 150 people were sent to clear litter and remove sand from the roads.
In Southwark, where the Queen’s lying-in-state began, the council said it carried out extra street cleansing and waste collection.
As a mark of respect, vehicles have been dressed in black ribbons and council workers have worn black bows.