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Groups including the Friends of Anglesey Coastal Path have organised clean ups on the island every day of the weekend while other events include a litter pick and Pensarn beach clean on April 27 and Dinas Dinlle beach clean on April 28.
COLIN CLEMENTS doesn't mind getting his hands dirty as he battles to clean up Glasgow.
They also organise and carry out a weekly clean up along the Coventry Canal and 'one-off' clean ups in other areas.
The resulting tax break for RPS will cover what the company is expected to spend to clean up the site, which has lain dormant since the 1920's.
We also hope that the minority who contributed to the litter and fly-tipping problem will respect the time and effort that has been made to clean up the area and will refrain from littering again.
VOLUNTEERS are wanted to help clean up a village green.
Real estate buyers can screen individual parcels for selected toxic sites that can reduce property value, impose clean up liability, or restrict property use.
Every year, hundreds of people gather to clean up litter from beaches and dive sites on the east and west coasts of the UAE
FAMILIES have helped clean up their estate as part of a week-long programme of activities.
Martin Sanders does his part at the Radyr river clean up yesterday