The #CleanSheffield campaign started in 2016 with a partnership between Sheffield City Council and Keep Britain Tidy.

The aim of the campaign is to encourage more businesses, community groups and individuals to take pride in their community and not to drop litter on the ground. The main message, is if you see litter on the ground then don’t just walk past it, pick it up and put it in the bin. Find out more about #CleanSheffield on social media - twitter @Clean_Sheffield, facebook or instagram @cleansheffield.

We want more people to take responsibility for the environment, help raise awareness of the impact litter is making and help influence more positive behaviours in order to keep Sheffield clean.

Sheffield is claimed to be the greenest city in Europe and Sheffield City Council are doing a great deal to keep it clean. The Council 

spends a massive £4 million a year on cleaning litter from its parks and streets
employs over 200 street cleansing staff 
collect 3,600 tonnes of litter and have 3,500 litter bins across the city

In addition, Sheffield City Council work closely with an army of volunteers, who also play a vital part in keeping the city clean.

The cost and effort are great, yet unfortunately many areas are still tainted with litter. We want to go above and beyond to make Sheffield an even better environment for everyone to live, visit and spend time in, but in order to do this we need YOUR help. 

The commitment is simple but will make a big difference to a cleaner future for the city.

The Business pledge

We pledge to:

1. Sign up to the #CleanSheffield business e-newsletter and receive the latest news and information on the campaign
2. Keep the front of our business litter free
3. Display the pledge sign in our shop front (either as a window sticker or certificate)

Download the Business pledge form now and email your completed copy to cleansheffield@keepbritaintidy.org

The Community group pledge

We pledge to:

1. Sign up to the #CleanSheffield e-newsletter and receive the latest news and information on the campaign
2. Plan to pick up litter if you see it (e.g. during an organised litter pick and/or on your walk to the shops)
3. Display the pledge sticker in your community group area or home window (either as a window sticker or certificate)

Download the Community group pledge form now and email your completed copy to cleansheffield@keepbritaintidy.org

Downloadable resources

Business pledge form (email your completed copy to cleansheffield@keepbritaintidy.org
Community pledge form (email your completed copy to cleansheffield@keepbritaintidy.org
Volunteer information
Risk Assessment template (Excel doc)
Press release template - coming soon
Community poster - city wide
Community poster - Darnall
Community poster - Ecclesall
Community poster -Spital Hill

Social media resources

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