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- Sources of Shoreline Litter
- Impacts of Shoreline Litter
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Nearly 60,000 registrants cleaned 2,000+ shorelines across Canada in 2015, removing almost 180,000 kg of litter from more than 3,000 km of shoreline.
Read our Facts & Figures for details on what exactly was found.
Shoreline Cleanup 101
When can I organize a cleanup? Year round, you choose the date and time.
Can I join a cleanup already organized? Absolutely! Look for the blue dots on our map.
Where can I clean up? Anywhere land connects to water. Lakes, rivers, streams, beaches, storm drains and more.
Who does cleanups? Anyone and everyone! Local citizens, schools, corporate groups, NGOs, Cadets, Girl Guides and Scouts, just to name a few.
Join us! Here’s why. Litter is bad for waterways. Cleanups get you outside and into your community while creating positive change and awareness on the trash we produce.
Need help? Phone or email us