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clean-up

[ˈkliːnʌp] Nlimpia f, limpieza f
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Information about ACT, which includes comprehensive reports and many photographs of every Clean-up, can be found on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AkamasCleanupTeam/
The clean-ups will take place in 111 locations across the UAE on Wednesday, starting at 9am and ending at 1pm.
Ian Burton, housing manager for the estate said: "The clean-up day helped to remove tonnes of rubbish from homes and gardens and we were delighted that people of all ages on the estate took part."
During the summer, Morrison is holding a series of Big Tidy Up events and has already completed three clean-ups, clearing more than 120 bags of rubbish from roads and parks around the country.
To get involved in future clean-ups, contact Lee Oliver, 01286 674081 or lee.oliver@keepwalestidy.org.
Project manager Diane Booth said: "They love it, we call it our Wednesday Community Clean-Up. We do an evaluation each week to make sure the sessions we're planning are things the guys like to do"The priority is about fun activities.
In Ras Al Khaimah, an underwater clean-up will be arranged by Arabian Diver dive club.
"We're organising the clean-ups, removing litter and making the station so much better for people travelling by train."
There will be daily clean-ups, housing advice and welfare rights surgeries, home fire safety checks and free dog micro-chipping.
SCOTLAND'S shamed beaches are being given one of their biggest ever clean-ups.
Ceri Hughes, a group member of more than two years, said, despite the regular early starts, the river clean-ups provided plenty of motivation to the group's many volunteers.
Since December, North Tyneside Homes have had nine clean-up days on housing estates.