BANK of the South Pacific (BSP) is still welcoming schools around the country that did not register for last Friday's Go Green clean-up campaign to come on board and join in their effort to promote a cleaner and healthier environment.
BSP that is spearheading the campaign confirmed all schools that registered with them had taken part in the clean-up last Friday.
"But that does not mean it ended there," head of marketing Nirdesh Singh said.
"If schools want to take part in the Go Green campaign, they are welcome to do so by getting in touch with their nearest BSP bank," Mr Singh said.
He said Go Green would continue this week.
"BSP will provide the cleaning materials like the garbage bags and gloves," Mr Singh said.
"We had set a date last Friday but it is up to schools as to when they choose to clean up their surroundings depending on their timetable and availability of students," he said.
Schools like Yat Sen, Vatuwaqa and Holy Trinity Primary schools took part in the clean-up last Friday.
Students of Veiuto Primary School cleaned up along the Nasese foreshore in front of their school and ended at Cathedral Secondary School.
"The idea is that these schools clean up areas that they otherwise did not, somewhere within the vicinity of their schools," Mr Singh said. The BSP Go Green clean-up campaign registered 18,000 students in its inaugural year in 2010.