Charity & Non-profit Partners

CPRE – Campaign to Protect Rural England

CPRE logo We are a charity and campaign for a beautiful and living countryside, we work to protect, promote and enhance our towns and countryside across England.
We have in the past supported litter clean up campaigns in the way of providing free refuse sacks.
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Hubbub

Hubbub logo We’re a charity that creates environmental campaigns with a difference.
We are currently in discussion with Hubbub to supply bags for their #FFS (For Fishes Sake) Thames Clean Up campaign.
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Keep Britain Tidy

Keep Britain Tidy logo Keep Britain Tidy are an independent charity, started 60 years ago, they started with litter but today they do much more, working at the heart of business and government.
We are currently in discussions with KBT to supply bags for their annual campaigns; Great British Spring Clean and The Big Tidy up.
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KSB – Keep Scotland Beautiful

Keep Scotland Beautiful logo KSB are the charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global issues. They are leading the way on improving Scotland’s environment, tackling a wide range of environmental issues, from reducing the amount of litter on our streets to cutting the carbon emissions that threaten our planet.
We have in the past supported litter clean up campaigns in the way of providing free refuse sacks.
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MCS UK – Marine Conservation Society

MCS logo MCS are a charity that work to secure a future for our living seas, and to save our threatened marine wildlife before it is lost forever.
We are leading the way on improving Scotland’s environment, tackling a wide range of environmental issues, from reducing the amount of litter on our streets to cutting the carbon emissions that threaten our planet.
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SEPA – Scottish Environmental Protection Agency

SEPA logo A not-for-profit organisation set up to protect and improve Scotland’s environment.
We have in the past supported litter clean up campaigns in the way of providing free refuse sacks.
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