Most of us do everything we know of, in order to keep our home clean and completely free of dirt. After all, it is very important for the health of your family. But is that enough? Unfortunately, the answer is no. To completely safeguard yourself and your family, it is important that your neighbourhood is just as clean as your home.
There are a number of ways you can ensure that your neighbourhood is always clean. Of course, this is only possible with the cooperation of your neighbours. Getting your neighbours to cooperate for something like this should not be a challenge. (who doesn’t want a cleaner environment!) Let us look at some of the ways you and your neighbours can keep the neighbourhood clean and tidy at all times:
No advice about keep the environment clean forgets to mention the importance of recycling. ENcourage your neighbours to recycle as much as they can. Apart from that you can also look for recyclable waste products thrown around the street when you go for your evening walk. SImply put them in a bag, bring them home and throw them in the recycling can.
Recycling reduces our need of using fresh resources by reusing what we already have, essentially reducing our carbon footprint on the planet. Recycling can be your contribution in reversing the damage we have already caused to mother nature.
Periodical community cleanup
A complete cleanup of the neighbourhood, involving all the people of your community, will not only help you provide a cleaner environment to your children, involving them in the task will teach them the importance of cleanliness, and the value of the community they live in.
Pro tip: For trash collection post a community cleanup, it is a great idea to call a mini skip hire in Adelaide. You can tell the skip hire company to being multiple skips for different kind of wastes. This way, the recyclable, non-recyclable and organic wastes can be separated at the source, for efficient processing.
Fundraise for more plants in the neighbourhood
It is always a great idea to have a greener neighbourhood. Have a fundraiser, where you will educate the neighbours about recycling, maybe making a compost, anything for the betterment of the environment. The money collected from the fundraisers can go into planting more trees in the neighbourhood, and organising extensive community cleanups.
A cleaner neighbourhood is good for everyone in your community. The kind of initiatives we mentioned above don’t only help build a cleaner environment, they promote community harmony and friendly social interaction with the people living right next to you. If you work in the corporate sector, you surely understand how these days there is simply no time to gel with the neighbours and get to know them.