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California Coastal Cleanup Day
San Diego County

Thank you Coastal Cleanup Day Volunteers and Supporters!

Stay tuned for totals announcements from our record breaking year, with 106 countywide cleanup sites!  Over 7,600 volunteers participated in San Diego County, removing a record-breaking 104 tons of debris from local rivers, creeks, canyons, neighborhoods, beaches, and bays.  See the totals with some event photos here.   These volunteers also collected valuable data about the type and source of debris found at these 106 locations.  View the results of our findings and some trends about litter in San Diego County here.

Bling Your Bucket contest winners have been announced, and are posted here.  Thank you to all participants that helped reduce waste by bringing their own reusable supplies!
Volunteer with ILACSD all year!

If you enjoyed your Coastal Cleanup Day experience, visit I Love A Clean San Diego's website for information on upcoming volunteer opportunities.  You can also join in the Adopt-A-Beach program to coordinate your own cleanups based on your schedule at the site of your choice.  Visit the program website for more information.    

Why We Do This...

Visit our Marine Debris Page to learn how you can help reduce pollution in the ocean.
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10 Easy Things You Can Do To Protect Your Waterways!
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Just for Kids...

For instructions on how to create your own repurposed sand sifter to bring to the cleanup, as well as other reusable cleanup craft ideas, visit the kids page.  Check out the winners of the Bling Your Bucket contest - thanks to all who participated and to those who brought their own reusable cleanup supplies last year!

Coastal Cleanup Day 2013 involved over 100 cleanup sites in San Diego County. The event's reach doesn't stop here. Coastal Cleanup Day is celebrated across California as well as all 50 states, and held in over 150 countries worldwide.
San Diego County Coordinators
Donate to Clean Up Day
Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 9AM - 12noon