Northampton radio station launches environmental campaign to help make the town 'greener'
NLive Radio will be taking the lead in organising local businesses and residents to tidy up their areas with litter-picking and tidy-up activities
A Northampton radio station is launching an environmental campaign to raise awareness of how the town can be living greener.
The campaign - called Cleaner and Greener in Northampton - has been launched by NLive Radio today (July 1) and is supported by local commercial waste service, Veolia.
It aims to raise awareness of recycling and how residents can be more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
NLive Radio’s station manager, Martin Steers, said: “Northampton is a fantastic place to live, work and study and we want to do what we can to help make the town become a greener and cleaner place.”
The station will be speaking with businesses and individuals throughout the coming weeks about how they are working to make the town greener including the Grosvenor Centre, Carlsberg, the university of Northampton and other various community groups.
Volunteers and staff at NLive Radio will be organising a Northampton spring clean, encouraging organisations and individuals to tidy up their local areas with litter picking and cleaning activities.
If you are interested in getting involved with this environmental campaign, go to nliveradio.com/greenerandcleanernorthampton.