Clean Up with CIA on March 2

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“Simple, easy actions can protect the health of our water resources and help save drinking water supplies. There is not one individual who cannot help to make a difference to the health of the environment” – Ian Kiernan

Clean Up Australia Day is a simple way one can take action to clean up, fix up and conserve our prized Australian environment.

Last year, volunteers and members of the Council of Indian Australians rallied against litter and illegal dumping and achieved an amazing clean up result for their local community at Quakers Hill on 3rd March 2013. Many of the volunteers said they not only found the act of clean-up very rewarding but also a practical way of giving back to the community

The Council of Indian Australians (CIA) is committed to continue with the civic duty in 2014 and have booked a clean-up site at George Alder Reserve, Lalor Road, Quakers Hill, NSW 2763.  CIA invites all its life members and Indian Australians to participate in 2014 Clean Up Australia on Sunday 2nd March 2014. The participation is easy. Just click the link and add your name :

The Blacktown City Council will support by providing some equipment, arrange collection of rubbish and also host a free BBQ for all those who participate at the various Blacktown City sites on the day.

All the participants and members of Council of Indian Australians will get the opportunity to interact with the representatives from the Blacktown City Council and various multicultural groups at the BBQ in Blacktown to share their experience.

By participating in a Clean Up Australia project volunteers not only contributes to the environment but also gives them a sense of achievement.

The Council of Indian Australians is looking forward to your participation.  Any questions, please call Mohit Kumar, our team Coordinator on 0400 300 111 or email –

For further information, please contact: Dr Balu Vijay, Secretary ”“ 0425 237 736, or visit

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