Important:   Litter can be contaminated, so we have put together some information to help you handle it safely. Please click on this link to have a read through our Health and Safety Guidance before you go out litter-picking.

 

News

Just in time for the summer, we are introducing a new award to recognise the achievements of young people! The Jack Petchey Environmental Award will give special recognition to the young people working hard in their communities to create a sustainable change in London and Essex. 
In 2022, CleanupUK will be joining forces with Green Spacers, a collaboration of volunteer group leads whose members actively and directly participate in cleaning up streets and green spaces in Birmingham, to help connect communities and tackle litter.   
CleanupUK is delighted to announce a new partnership with Chamberlains Estates in Enfield.   
This September, we want to help you discover all of the simple ways you could make a #SwapForGood.
The Great British Spring Clean 2020 is about demonstrating that you love where you live – whether that’s by pledging to pick while you’re walking the dog or taking the kids to school, hosting a clean-up or joining someone else’s clean-up.
Firstly, we wanted to say a huge thank you for your understanding and patience when we took the decision to postpone the Great British Spring Clean.
Keep Britain Tidy recently published the results of their Litter Composition Analysis, based on a survey of litter at 3,360 sites across 14 different local authority areas in England.
A Change.org petition set up by James Youel, and widely supported by litter pickers across the UK and organisations including Clean Planet Today, is asking for fast food outlets to print vehicle registrations on take away packaging.
The UK’s #1 healthy recipe box, Mindful Chef, is running their nationwide coast clean on September 19th for the second year running and they need your help!