Clean Up The World Weekend

Clean Up the World was established in 1993 and is one of the largest community-based environmental programs in the world.

Held in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), this event mobilises an estimated 35 million volunteers from 130 countries annually.  Their vision is to inspire a billion people across all continents to tread lightly, clean up and conserve the planet.

You can register a clean-up site year-round.   Register any positive action you can take:
Small, local clean ups; planting trees; reducing, re-using or recycling waste; or educating others.

Every small action makes a world of difference.

Find out how to get involved and register a Clean Up the World activity on the Clean Up the World website.

Keep Australia Beautiful Week

Keep Australia Beautiful Week encourages Aussies to take the pledge, to pick up 1 piece of rubbish per day for the week. Let’s work together to tackle litter. Roadside litter is the leading type of litter found in Australia and hugely detrimental to our environment.

Cutting litter requires everybody to be involved; your local authority, waste contractors, shops, pubs, businesses, community members and travellers, all have a role to play.

That’s why Keep Australia Beautiful is working with various community and travel groups around Australia engaging individuals with their community as well as communities they are travelling through. We all need to work together to tackle litter.

Find out what you can do on the Keep Australia Beautiful website.

Clean Up Australia Day

Clean Up Australia inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment.

Register a site and coordinate your own local clean up, or join in another site near you.

Every year hundreds of thousands of people take part in the nation’s biggest litter reduction event.  Less litter means healthier landscapes, waterways and oceans!

verticaldividerRethink Waste aims to improve our efforts at reducing, reusing and
recycling in order to decrease the amount of waste that ends up as landfill.
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