Hillsborough River & Coastal Cleanup

 

River Rat  Hillsborough River & Coastal Cleanup

September 20, 2014

 

Pre-Registration is now Open! Call us at 813.221.8733 or email us for

information aboutregistration. See the list of locations for one nearest you.

 

1. Choose your location(view map)

2. Complete the Registration Form (word document)

3. Submit the Registration Form (PDF version)

4. Receive a confirmation email

 

Volunteers must provide their own transportation.

 

 

The Hillsborough River & Coastal Cleanup is not your typical litter removal event. As part of

this effort, volunteers collect data to identify the number and type of littered items, the

overall tonnage removed from each site and the amount of recyclable materials diverted.

This information is used to determine future needs, projects in the area and to create an

awareness of these needs within the community. As part of the International Coastal

Cleanup, data is shared with the Ocean Conservancy, Keep America Beautiful, as well as

local officials to help provide a local and global perspective.

Bob Luce

 

 

This year's Hillsborough River & Coastal Cleanup will be held on

Saturday, September 20, 2014. Last year we removed well

over 60,500 pounds of litter and debris from over 75 locations

throughout Hillsborough County. We had over 4,000 volunteers

participate in the cleanup along the Hillsborough River, Alafia River

and other waterways.

 

 

 

#RiverRatChallenge

Create a masterpiece of photographic art from the litter collected

at your cleanup site. Take your picture while volunteering, include

location and names of everyone in the photo, upload to Facebook,

Instagram or Twitter with #RiverRatChallenge and be sure to tag

Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful (@KeepTBB). For more information,

check out the River Rat Photo Social Media Challenge.

 

 

 

Look for the Recycle Regatta, on Saturday, November 15, 2014

during America Recycles Day: The Tampa Bay Way.

 

 

 

See your Return on Investment for sponsoring

The Hillsborough River & Coastal Cleanup