Getting to the dump is something that few of us often find time to do. Bulky items like; old vacuum cleaners, mattresses, furniture, scrap wood, empty paint cans and cat castles upholstered in blue carpet tend to take up valuable space in our garages and in our homes. Neighborhood Cleanups make disposing of bulky-waste easy and beyond that they serve as community fundraisers. Costs associated with Neighborhood Cleanups vary location to location, but are always less than fees required at the dump and help to fund neighborhood projects and activity.
What’s better than a Neighborhood Cleanup? A Neighborhood Cleanup that also encourages recycling, by creating options to do so, as an alternative to throwing things in the dumpster headed for the landfill. Many neighborhoods take sustainability to heart by recycling everything possible and by creating reuse opportunities (Think “swaps”, yard sales and even “free-piles”).
Below you will find everything you need to get your next Cleanup off the ground. Not interested in coordinating? See our Community Cleanup Calendar at the bottom of this page to find out when your neighborhood will be hosting their 2014 event, what they will be accepting and cost per car load (Majority of Cleanups are held in April and May). Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Want to plan a neighborhood cleanup, but aren’t sure where to begin? SE Uplift provides staff support and makes sure that you have what you need right from the get go. We can help you get you off on the right foot with our “Getting Started” tutorial linked in the image above.
Find the nitty-gritty details of what you’ll need to track for your final reporting process in our “Final Reporting” tutorial linked in the image above. We recommend taking a look while you’re still getting started to help ensure that your event runs smoothly!
Looking for the right hauler? Want to compare what different neighborhoods charge per load? How about a comprehensive guide that will walk you through all of the necessary steps needed to run a smooth and successful event? Check out the link above titled “Additional Resources”!