Delve into nature or go to the city to clean up litter during our Litter Cleanup Event. We execute this service at places where the standard cleaning services or municipalities hardly visit to clean.
Litter on land and in water causes annoyance, it attracts vermin and it is has a financial impact as well; cleaning up litter costs at least hundreds of millions of euros per year. In addition, litter is bad for people, animals and nature: it can pollute the soil, and animals could eat it or get entangled in it. In addition, large amounts of waste on land end up in the sea. Sea animals such as mussels and shrimps can store microplastics in their tissues, and this way it could enter the food chain.
A sustainable company outing in nature = a contribution to society and nature. It promotes goodwill and strengthens your image. In return you will experience a nice day, and you will end up with more committed employees!
The Litter Cleanup Event can also be booked in combination with our iPad Teambuilding Challenge. With the use of our special APP, teams will walk around with an iPad and their litterbags; along the way they will solve assignments and clean up litter. The team with the highest volume of litter that is gathered, gets extra bonus points!
Discover all the beauty of a city or its surroundings (nature) by completing questions and assignments that you’ll receive through an iPad. The sustainable CSR iPad Challenge is an interactive team game that combines all elements necessary for a sustainable company outing. Culture, monuments, beautiful buildings and flora and fauna. Choose a city and be surprised as the iPad helps you and your colleagues navigate through various locations (be it in a city or in nature). This challenge lets you explore the area through all kinds of questions, puzzles and assignments. The theme ‘’corporate social responsibility’’ is central for these questions and assignments, including topics such as sustainability, cradle to cradle, social return and more. In teams, you will compete against each other; the competition is great, and it will get more competitive as teams start interacting with each other through the iPad. After all, this team game on the iPads is in real-time; the app displays live scores, it provides cheat functions and there is an interactive chat option. Which team is most knowledgeable about sustainability and corporate social responsibility, which team will win the prize?
References: i.a. National Geographic, University of Amsterdam, various municipalities and ministries, USG, Ecorus and Cloetta.