1st Ever DIY California Coastal Cleanup Day!
Ocean protection starts with trash detection! Help gather data about where our trash comes from to send a strong message to polluters: clean up your act! Follow these steps to fight for a plastic free world.
Contact Helen Fitanides for information about how to get involved with a small cleanup in Meeker Slough. Limited size.
Contact Paula White information about how to get involved with a targeted cleanup in North Richmond. Limited size.
Contact Patrick Phelan for information about how to get involved with a small cleanup at Baxter Creek in Richmond. Limited size.
The Friends of Pinole Creek encourages people to clean along several trails along Pinole creek.
We invite you to post your cleanup photos on our Facebook and Instagram pages
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Amanda Booth email@example.com for information about areas to clean in the City of San Pablo and how to dispose of trash.
Safety Guide Video
How to download the app
How to log your cleanup
2. Select the OceanConservancy list. The first one is in English, the second one (below rozalia project) is in Spanish.
3. Use this list
4. Add items you find
5. Help us keep track of PPE! If you find disposable masks and gloves, please use the “other” and “Test item” categories to write in those items. Click on the information icon (i) at the bottom left of the “other” category and write disposable mask in the rectangle that appears. For the “Test item” category, again click on the information icon (i) at the bottom left and write disposable glove in the rectangle
6. When you are ready to submit click arrow
8.Enter login info Email: cccwatershed Password: #ccd2020
10. Add a picture and map of your cleanup and share to social media if you want
Go! Remember, a clean shore starts at your door. Make it count–pick up and tally every trash item you find. Pay special attention to storm drains near your home. Trash that goes down the storm drain ends up in the ocean.
Make sure to pick up only as much trash as will fit in your garbage can at home.