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Community litter picking

There are community clean-up events taking place throughout the city. If you, your school or local community group would like to work alongside your local communities to carry out a clean-up, then we can help!  Here are some useful hints and tips to consider when organising your clean-up.

To find out more or to register your clean-up event, please complete this online form and we will contact you to confirm arrangements within two working days.

Volunteer to become a litter picker

You can request a range of equipment to help with your community clean-up events - we have litter pickers, rakes, graffiti kits, first aid kits, brooms and much more! 

Complete this expression of interest form, indicating what equipment you need, and we will contact you within five working days. 

Request community clean-up equipment

Disclaimer: Volunteers should not participate in litter picks unless they understand and accept that participation is entirely at their own risk. Volunteers are not working for, or on behalf of Birmingham City Council and therefore the Council cannot be held liable for any loss, damage or injury caused as a result of the actions and omissions of volunteers. You may want to consider insurance cover for your clean-up, find advice at https://litteraction.org.uk/infocentre/insurance

More information

You can find out more general information about how to organise community litter picks on Keep Britain Tidy’s website

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