1771 Clean Up Sites Registered

Major Partners

Shop-A-Docket - Major Partner

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Shop-A-Docket, the market leader in docket advertising, assists Clean Up Australia with the promotion of Clean Up Australia Day. Each year over 40 million dockets are issued promoting Clean Up Australia Day.

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Cleanaway - Major Partner

logo As Australia's leading provider of waste management, Cleanaway is proud to support Clean Up Australia Day volunteers
While waste may seem like an ordinary part of everyday life, it has extraordinary potential. Cleanaway looks at all waste as a resource and uses innovative facilities and processes to transform it into valuable commodities for every sector, industry and community. By recovering raw resources and "closing the loop", Cleanaway is proud join forces with Clean Up Australia Day volunteers across the country to make a sustainable future possible.
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McDonald's - Founding Partner

logo Since the first clean up in 1989, McDonald's crew and managers have been joining local communities to help clean sites across the nation.

In addition to supporting Clean Up Australia Day, McDonald's has an environmental sustainability framework that aligns all initiatives with five major environmental themes 1. in-restaurant operations 2. corporate operations 3. sustainable supply 4. advocacy and partnerships and 5. culture and communication.

While each sustainability theme is equally important, a primary focus is in-restaurant operations. As the area in which McDonald's can make the most significant difference, McDonald's continually looks to improve key areas such as energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption and waste generation.
Current initiatives include the conversion of used cooking oil to bio diesel - fueling delivery trucks to restaurants across Victoria, energy saving LED lighting as standard in all new restaurants and food waste collection programs where compost is converted to produce electricity in NSW. McDonald's also opened the first Green Star certified quick service restaurant in Australia in Kilsyth, Victoria.