Brussels has scheduled a city cleanliness day on 21 April. From 10.00-16.00 special centres around the city will promote the idea of a clean city, collect batteries and listen to complaints about the lack of garbage collection and street cleaning.

Six metro stations will also be mobilised in the campaign, and schools, associations and shops will promote ways to collect garbage and clean the city.

All residents will be reminded that they are responsible for the cleanliness of their own neighbourhoods and pavements.

Manneken-Pis, the famous Brussels landmark, will be clothed in a street cleaner

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