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Yes, Team Limerick Clean-Up 9 will take place on Good Friday, 2024.
Ongoing monitoring of the relevant levels of HSE Guidelines, as well as public health advice and guidance from An Garda Síochána will be followed at all times.
Yes, we accept registrations of interest from volunteer and business groups within acceptable numbers in adherence with HSE guidelines.
The schools' clean-up will take place week commencing the Monday 18th March.
Once groups register at www.teamlimerickcleanup.ie TLC will be using SMS texting to communicate relevant information directly with those registered similar to previous years.
To support the circular economy, litter pickers will be given to new volunteer groups only, as regular groups will have stock from previous years’ clean ups.
Participants are asked to always keep an eye on website & social media for updates.
Group leaders will be informed via SMS of where and when their packs are available to be collected. Packs will be distributed to collection points across the City & County the week in advance of Good Friday.
The pack collections instructions will be provided closer to the time of the event.
For packs that remain uncollected after the designated collection day, group leaders will be contacted directly by text from the TLC team.
Note: Groups should make every effort to collect on the allocated day.
Mr Binman will collect the rubbish from a PREDESIGNATED COLLECTION POINT once the litter pick is concluded.
Predesignated collection points will be texted directly to group leaders using SMS texting to communicate relevant information directly with those registered similar to previous years.
If you have any queries about TLC9, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also call Customer Services at Limerick City and County Council on +353 61 556000
You can find out more information about TLC9 our website or on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram page.