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Use Snap Send Solve this Clean Up Australia Day

What if all of Australia came together for a day to do some good for the environment? The impact could be huge! Join us for Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday, March 3, and let's rally as many people as we can to make a real difference.

More than twenty million Aussies have already chipped in, giving their time to help the environment. Registering for Clean Up Australia Day is free for communities and schools.

This Clean Up Australia Day, don’t forget to use Snap Send Solve to report rubbish that is dangerous or hard to move. The app's user-friendly design makes reporting easy, ensuring that even the trickiest rubbish situations get to the right people fast. Whether it's hazardous materials or stuff tucked away in hard-to-reach places, Snap Send Solve speeds up the Solve.

Some of the top issues we recommend reporting with Snap Send Solve are:

  • Appliances: Bulky items like refrigerators, washing machines, and ovens are challenging to handle and transport.
  • Mattresses: Their size and flexibility make mattresses cumbersome to handle and dispose of properly.
  • Furniture: Heavy and awkward furniture items, such as sofas, dressers, or large tables, can be challenging to move and transport.
  • Construction Debris: Materials like concrete, bricks, and large construction waste can be heavy and pose risks during removal.
  • Sharp Objects: Broken glass, shards of metal, or other sharp materials require careful handling to avoid injuries during cleanup.
  • Tyres: Old tyres are heavy, difficult to handle, and may require specific disposal methods.
  • Electronic Waste (E-waste): Items like old computers, monitors, or televisions may contain hazardous materials and require proper disposal.
  • Car Parts: Abandoned or broken car parts, such as engines or tyres, can be heavy and pose challenges during removal.
  • Medical / Chemical Waste: Sharps, used needles, or other medical waste items require careful handling due to the risk of contamination.
  • Asbestos Materials: Asbestos-containing materials need specialised removal procedures due to health risks associated with asbestos exposure. Examples of materials containing asbestos include roofing and gutters, gables and eaves, walls, vinyl, carpet and tile underlay etc. 

Download the free Snap Send Solve app for your cleanup event.

Find out more about Clean Up Australia Day 2024.