THE Bank of South Pacific's Go Green clean-up campaign will be different as participating North schools this year use refuse collected during the drive to make creative artworks.
Thirty schools in the Northern Division are advocates of the Go Green campaign.
Labasa Special School students and staff took time out yesterday to clean the roadside in front of their school towards the Labasa Ashram.
BSP Labasa branch manager Anand Nair said they had been working with schools in the North for the past four years.
"We target schools and our young people because they will be the future guardians of our environment," he said.
"The Go Green campaign strives to create awareness among these children."