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This page contains information about Clean Up Week 2018.
Updated: 25/07/2018 4:06 p.m.

​Council’s Parks and Waste teams are keen to see Whangārei people enter Clean Up Week this year and will be supporting the event with special rubbish collections. 

“We are keen to see lots of groups register to make Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s Clean Up Week bigger and better than ever before,” said Council’s Parks manager Sue Hodge. 

“Keep New Zealand Beautiful has partnered with G.J. Gardner Homes and registrations are now open for Clean Up Week, 10 to 16 September 2018.

This event is the largest national clean-up in New Zealand, with almost 40,000 volunteers taking part in 699 events, nationwide in 2017.

“If you would like to register your interest for G.J.'s Clean Up Week, please go to the Keep New Zealand Beautiful website. It has lots of information about the week and how to organise, promote and recruit volunteers for your clean up event.

Council will be supporting this event with rubbish collected from designated sites at various locations around our District. We can also promote your clean up event and suggest areas that might be suitable and we will be putting more information online and in the Leader in the weeks leading up to the event.”

Registrations are now open (follow the link below):

Clean Up Week 2018 Registrations



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