An Taisce Dun Laoghaire are once again giving everyone another opportunity to join this year's Spring Clean at the Booterstown Nature Reserve on Sunday 23rd April. The clean-up is taking place as part of The National Spring Clean organised by An Taisce.
An Taisce National Spring Clean
An Taisce's National Spring Clean is Ireland’s most popular, well recognized and successful anti-litter initiative. Taking place during the whole month of April and now in its 18th year, the campaign encourages every sector of society to actively participate and take responsibility for litter, by actually conducting clean ups in their own local environment. Whether a community, group, school or just an individual, anyone can get involved and it's so easy. Organize for a clean up of your local area, to take place any time during April, and register your event online, by phone, fax or post. Once you have registered you will receive a FREE clean-up kit from An Taisce. For more information about the programme and to register online go to http://www.nationalspringclean.org/.
An Taisce Environmental Education Unit is a founding member of the Clean Europe Network. The Clean Europe Network brings together Europe’s leading litter prevention organisations in an EU-level network to share knowledge and transfer best practice. National Spring Clean is recognised by the Clean Europe Network as a best practice action.
The Booterstown clean-up will take place on Sunday 23rd April at 2pm. The meeting point is Booterstown DART station. You are advised to bring boots and gloves. Tea afterwards.