Communities across Cavan and Monaghan will come together this weekend to celebrate #SpringClean23.
An Taisce's National Spring Clean event is part of a concerted effort, nationally, to tackle Ireland's litter problem and support climate change.
#SpringClean23 was officially launched on the 27th of March and continues until today, April the 1st.
Almost 40 Monaghan groups have registered to take part while 50 groups in Co Cavan have registered their interest.
Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan said the efforts of local volunteers - many of whom come back year after year - are to be highly commended because they continue to make "a positive contribution" to their local community and to the wider environment.
"It is particularly pleasing to note that a significant proportion of the waste collected is also recycled, again due to the efforts of these volunteers. I would like to congratulate An Taisce on its 75th anniversary and I look forward to continuing to see their positive environmental impact for many more years to come," he added.
Meanwhile, National Spring Clean is operated by the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce in partnership with local authorities and supported by the Department of Environment, Communications and Climate, and Mars Wrigley Ireland.