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Citycare Reduces Chemical Use

Every year thousands of litres of chemicals are used in cleaning our public toilet facilities. Citycare is now using products that are a blend of naturally occurring enzymes which are non-toxic, biodegradable and environmentally friendly.

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New plant protection invention used at The Big Give

While participating in The Big Give volunteer project at Christchurch's Styx River Catchment, the Student Volunteer Army were also one of the first to use Eco Gard plant protectors, the brainchild of 12-year-old entrepreneur Julia Christensen.

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Painting the Rainbow

Citycare Property's Wellington team were approached by Wellington Airport to see if they could paint a giant rainbow on the northern embankment of the runway. The 250m x 15m rainbow took three days to complete and will last for a few weeks.

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New electric mower stands up for the environment

Citycare Property's new electric stand-on mower is a quieter, safer option for maintaining popular parks and shared spaces, and is part of Citycare Group's drive to deploy more sustainable technologies in its operations.

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1000 Auckland Grammar School students join Community Guardians for huge volunteer clean-up project in South Auckland

Reaching further into its Community Guardians platform, Citycare and the Sir Peter Blake Trust has completed a huge clean-up event in Auckland’s south, which was delivered by 1000+ Year 9 and 10 students from Auckland Grammar School as part of the celebration of the school’s 150th anniversary year.

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Primary school students prepare for nationwide community invasion

More than 1,000 schools and 32,000 students throughout New Zealand have signed up to become community guardians, as part of an initiative that will turn classrooms into volunteer armies.

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