Kyocera team cleans up

Kyocera team cleans up

About 40 Kyocera staff got their hands dirty when they participated in this year's Business Clean Up Day. The team undertook a massive clean up of Brush Farm Park in Eastwood, which Kyocera adopted in 2003 as their clean up day site. The park was an illegal dumping ground for many years and was overrun with waste and weeds. Over the past five years, the Kyocera team has removed tonnes of rubbish from the site.

Business Clean Up Day gives organizations the chance to help improve the quality of the environment and work towards waste reduction. Organisations interested in participating in Business Clean Up Day events or want to adopt a site should go to

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