A Business Clean Up is a great way to:
- Make a difference by helping us deliver lasting environmental change.
- Be seen supporting your community in its attempt to clean up Australia.
- Increase team cohesion via a low-cost team building exercise.
- Fulfill your corporate social responsibilities.
We provide materials and support
Participating in a Clean Up as a business need not take long.
- Get your staff involved and choose a location that they would like to see cleaned up.
- Register a site and nominate a supervisor.
- Spent two hours at that site (or longer if you would like) on a day that suits you and feel proud that you have made a difference.
- Send us your rubbish report.
Registering a Business Clean Up Site
- Think of a name for your site
- Be able to define its location eg South side of Cooks River from Wardell Road to Illawarra Road.
- Pick a date and time range
- Have your credit card handy (cost of business registration is $150 per site)
- Identify a site supervisor and have his/her mobile number
- Have emergency contact for the site supervisor (name and number)
- Decide if you can dispose of collected rubbish via your normal waste channels. If not, you will need to make alternative arrangements. Your local council may be able to help. If you need details for the person to contact at your local council call/email Wendy Chapman 02 8197 3408
Site Supervisor’s Responsibilities
- Read our Site Guide and follow safety instructions in it.
- Inspect the site if you have not already done so. Identify any potential hazards.
- If you are expecting more than 10 volunteers, it is advisable to complete our risk assessment form to ensure you have considered all safety issues.
- Promote your Clean Up within your organisation. Resources to help you with this will be available here soon.
- Organise equipment. Refer to our Site Guide. We will supply you with a starter kit which includes:
- 25 bags
- 10 pairs of gloves
- 1 supervisor's vest
- 1 sharps container
- 25 bags are generally enough. But each person needs a pair of sturdy gloves, similar to what you would use for gardening. Will you ask your staff to bring their own (if you have more than 10 people), ask a hardware shop in your area to donate some, or order extra from our shop?
- Volunteer Registration From
- Risk Warning Poster
- Accident and Incident Form
- Thank You Certificates
- End of Clean up Report