By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Trash pickup problems around Philadelphia have been reported for months. Now, there’s a new report providing a better idea of just how bad the situation is in some neighborhoods.

City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart released a report Thursday showing the pandemic’s impact on trash collection.

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Rhynhart says trash was collected on time just 53% of the time this year, compared to 83% in 2019.

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The spots with the worst trash collection are in East Mount Airy, South Philadelphia, West Philadelphia and Southwest Philadelphia.

CBS3 reached out to the Streets Department for comment and haven’t heard back.

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The full report can be read by clicking here.