Imagine you had all the facts about litter in your town, city or municipality. What would you want to know first?
Barry “The Blender” Henderson on “how to deal with some of these Litterizers running around this picturesque countryside and just chucking rubbish everywhere”
The Clean Europe Network is a pan-European platform where organisations active in the field of litter prevention share experience, expertise, best practice and research
The Clean Europe Network brings together litter prevention organisations from across Europe
Our vision: a litter free Europe by 2030
None of the NGOs which made statements contacted us for clarification before making claims and allegations ...
In the past 18 months, the Network has dedicated the majority of its time and available resources to developing and testing two common European approaches to some really practical ...
The Clean Europe Network was set up to share knowledge and best practice and to develop common approaches where there is added value in a European approach. It makes available ...
The Clean Europe Network works to enhance the initiatives of its individual member organisations and share their collective experience with the world
One of the objectives of the Clean Europe Network is to find out how items of litter end up in our rivers and canals, lakes and streams, often travelling to the sea
Members of the Clean Europe Network are working together to develop a common approach to measuring litter, which could in due course be used all across Europe
The phenomenon of litter has existed for some time, but its scale has increased in recent times
Changing that behaviour requires direct interaction with the people who are susceptible to do the wrong thing
Positive actions that can encourage people to dispose of their waste in a responsible way include civic pride, clean-up campaigns, partnerships ...
The Clean Europe Network is always looking to expand. Join us to participate in Clean Europe Week and other common initiatives
If you want to help out the Clean Europe Network and its members, there are many ways for you to be directly involved
Companies have a vital role to play in promoting responsible behaviour by citizens and reduce litter
The European Commission issued a series of legislative proposals to update EU waste rules. These proposals contain important provisions addressing litter and littering
Urban and rural cleansing programmes cost billions across the EU. A significant portion of this cost could be avoided by better litter prevention
The Clean Europe Network Secretariat is located at the heart of the EU capital at Avenue Livingstone 13-15.
Tel: +32 2 286 94 93