Creeks to Coast Cleanup

Participate

REQUEST A CLEANUP KIT

Request a cleanup kit from ECOSLO during the month of August.

The cleanup kit has all the supplies you need for your household to pickup trash in your neighborhood!

Request a Cleanup Kit

 

PICK UP YOUR KIT

ECOSLO will contact you about picking up or dropping off your cleanup kit.  Kits are being distributed the first two weeks of September.  We are partnering with local nonprofits, businesses, and our Community Champion volunteers who are assisting with kit distribution.  Be on the lookout for an email from ECOSLO (events@ecoslo.org) in early September!

COMPLETE YOUR CLEANUP

During Wednesday, September 16 – 30, choose a date, time, and nearby location that is convenient for you and your household to conduct your litter pick up as part of SLO County’s Creeks to Coast Cleanup!

Take pictures (email them to events @ecoslo.org or tag ECOSLO on Facebook or Instagram.

Track the items you pick up using the Clean Swell app.

REPORT YOUR FINDINGS

Once you complete your cleanup, be sure to submit your data via the Clean Swell app.  You will then be added to this year’s SLO County Creeks to Coast Cleanup Champions map!

Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors

 

SLO County IWMA

 

Sloco Massage + Wellness Spa

 

Splash Cafe logo

 

 

SLO County Air Pollution Control District logo

 

Solarponics logo

 

Islay Hill Dentistry logo

 

Monterey Bay Community Power

 

 

First American Title logo

 

2019 Pictures & Results

SLO County Creeks to Coast Cleanup 2019

1,850 volunteer participated in the 2019 cleanup which is part of California Coastal Cleanup Day.

Over 17,000 lbs of trash and recycle was removed from SLO County’s beaches, creeks, parks, streets, and lakes, across 48 cleanup sites.

Thank you to all the volunteers who participated, and the local partners who ran each cleanup site safely, and our sponsors for making the event possible!

View photos from Creeks to Coast Cleanup 2019!

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2018 Pictures & Results

View photos from Coastal Cleanup Day 2018!

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