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Thank you to all who took part in World Cleanup Day 2022.  

2022 was another recording breaking year with over 191 countries and territories joining the event! 

If you haven't already, please be sure to tag us in your photos and videos via our social media pages.




A goal that crosses borders and defies religious and cultural differences. World Cleanup Day is one of the biggest civic movements of our time, uniting 191 countries across the world for a cleaner planet. Since 2018, World Cleanup Day has brought together millions of people for the biggest waste collection day in human history.

World Cleanup Day harnesses the power of people around the world to achieve incredible things by joining together. Its beauty lies in cooperation and collaboration: building bridges between disparate communities, and including all levels of society – from citizens to business, to government.

The Skill Mill will again be leading the event throughout the UK in 2023. Anyone is welcome to join us and organise a 'cleanup'.



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Spontex UK partner with World Cleanup Day

Spontex UK has partnered with World Cleanup Day UK joining thousands of volunteers around the UK to make a difference.


Created in France in 1932, the name Spontex is an amalgamation of the words sponge and textile. The brand began when they designed the world’s very first cellulose sponge and from those humble beginnings they've gone from strength to strength! Spontex are delighted to say that here in the UK they've become the nation’s number 1 branded manufacturer of cleaning tools and gloves. Find out more about Spontex by clicking here.

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World Cleanup Day Conference 

The Skill Mill attended the ‘Let’s Do It World’ international conference in Tallinn. The event brought together World Cleanup Day leaders from 100 different nations to work together to find solutions to environmental problems. All of the World Cleanup Day leaders share a common concern about the deteriorating environmental situation. The conference was a fantastic opportunity for the leaders to work together to find innovative solutions and share creative ideas. 




Davie Parks 'World Cleanup Day' Interview 

Heidi from 'Lets Do It World' interviewed Skill Mill Director, Davie Parks. Davie gave an outline of the UK's current involvement with World Cleanup Day, and future plans. You can watch the interview here

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Special Edition Newsletter 

Our World Cleanup Day 2022 newsletter is out now. You can view it by clicking here


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