LITTER wardens are to meet with station masters at railway stations in the Malahide-Howth electoral area to establish a system of litter picking in and around the stations.That was the commitment given to Cllr Anthony Lavin by the council's environment department after he expressed concern about littering at railway stations. The department said that generally there has not been a problem at stations but told Cllr Lavin: 'The litter wardens have, on occasion, visited stations and have found them to be generally free of litter. 'No complaints have been received in relation to litter incidents at any of the rail stations in the HowthMalahide area. 'Regular inspections of these locations will be continued. The Litter Wardens will also meet with the station masters to establish if they operate a system of litter picking at the stations.'