'Help us find Welwyn Hatfield grot spots'
THE hunt is on for more community champions . There are currently 13 volunteers helping to keep the borough clean and tidy in a scheme which has been running for two years. But the borough council s waste collection and environmental contractor Serco,
THE hunt is on for more 'community champions'.
There are currently 13 volunteers helping to keep the borough clean and tidy in a scheme which has been running for two years.
But the borough council's waste collection and environmental contractor Serco, wants to attract new volunteers.
A spokesman said: "When a volunteer is recruited to an area they report 'grot spots' that require action.
"These can only relate to the services that Serco provide such as street cleansing, fly tipping, ground maintenance and graffiti removal.
"The scheme was set up to help keep the borough's streets clean and green."
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