Earth Day Litter Clean Up
|Date:||Fri, Apr 12, 2013|
Additional InformationLast year, over 6,450 people volunteered and collected trash from our roadsides, streams, and public spaces. Their amazing efforts brought in over 57,500 pounds of trash. In the 21 years since OCRRA began the cleanup, more than 2,093,880 pounds of litter have been removed from our community's streets and green spaces.
(Deadline for registration is Friday, April 5)
How Earth Day Works:
OCRRA's Earth Day Litter Cleanup event is a chance for friends, neighbors, and co-workers to help clean up our community.
Groups of all ages and sizes can volunteer to clean up any public area in the county they want. They can clean up on Friday or Saturday (or both). The more people that help out, the more litter we can remove from our community’s streets, highways, and parks!
OCRRA will send you special stickers to place on the bags of litter you collect. The stickers enable you to dispose of the trash for free! OCRRA's gift to Mother Nature.