We all want to breathe clean air and we all want to see our children grow up in a clean community. Cleaner towns and cities are also good for business, good for investment, good for jobs and good for the soles of our shoes. Nobody likes stepping in garbage on the way to work and nobody likes public parks that aren’t safe for children to run around in. Clean, sanitary towns and cities are also more appealing for tourists and visitors.
That is why we strive day and night, every day of the week to keep municipal parks, gutters, bus stops, monuments, beaches and street furniture sparkling. Clean streets mean happy residents and thriving businesses - and that’s our aim.