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£50 giveaway in council’s ‘Bin it to Win it’ litter reward scheme

Councillor Ronnie Harkness, Chair of the Environmental Services Committee at Craigavon Borough Council launches the Bin It to Win It draw with Pamela Hanna, community engagement officer, Trevor Clydesdale, Neighbourhood Environmental Officer and Environmental Officer Darren.

Councillor Ronnie Harkness, Chair of the Environmental Services Committee at Craigavon Borough Council launches the Bin It to Win It draw with Pamela Hanna, community engagement officer, Trevor Clydesdale, Neighbourhood Environmental Officer and Environmental Officer Darren.

£50 is up for grabs every month as part of Craigavon Borough Council’s environmental services department litter reward initiative ‘Bin it to Win it’.

The scheme has been launched to encourage residents to become more responsible when picking up dog fouling and disposing of their waste, using extensive network of litter and dog bins across the borough. When an individual is spotted by an environmental warden disposing of rubbish in a public bin or picking up after their dog, they may be given a ‘Bin it to Win it’ card to complete in order to be entered into the draw.

The draw for the £50 prize will take place on the first Monday of every month and the winner will be contacted by community engagement officer, Pamela Hanna. The environmental wardens will also continue to administer fixed penalty notices to those spotted throwing down litter within the borough or failing to pick up after their dog.

For more information on the ‘Bin it to Win it’ scheme, contact Pamela Hanna on 028 3831 2534 or pamela.hanna@craigavon.gov.uk

 

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