EARTH WEEK CLEAN-UP

We need your help to reach our clean-up goal of 50 clean-ups and 50 pounds of trash!

Watch the video below for an overview of marine debris issues, and how to participate in our cleanup challenge! Additional information can be found below the video. If you have any other questions, visit out Earth Week Clean-Up FAQ page, or email cleanup@oceanology.org.

Please Note: ​Due to the high volume of users of the CleanSwell app this Earth Day, Project Oceanology is not getting the detailed reports from each team. If you wish to be acknowledged for your contributions, please screenshot your clean-up summary (or complete paper data sheet) and email with your Team Name to cleanup@oceanology.org.

Download the CleanSwell App: https://oceanconservancy.org/trash-free-seas/international-coastal-cleanup/cleanswell/

 

Please Note: Due to the high volume of users of the CleanSwell app this Earth Day, Project Oceanology is not getting the detailed reports from each team. If you wish to be acknowledged for your contributions, please screenshot your clean-up summary (or complete paper data sheet) and email with your Team Name to cleanup@oceanology.org.

 

Don't have a mobile device? Use the printable datasheet and submit  to cleanup@oceanology.org:  

https://oceanconservancy.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/OC-DataCards_volunteerFINAL_ENG.pdf

 

Recycling Resources: 

What Do I Do With... https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Waste-Management-and-Disposal/What-Do-I-Do-With

Call2Recycle: https://www.call2recycle.org/locator/

Email cleanup@oceanology.org with any questions!

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