Zerolitter Project reaches 60,000 pieces of litter mapped, classified and removed!

Thanks to the hard work of over 300 interns during the last 3 years, our ZeroLitter campaign has reached a milestone!  Over 60,000 pieces of litter haven been geotagged, classified AND removed from creeks and beaches and 15 school campuses all over the East Bay, from Antioch, to Pinole, Richmond, Oakland, Alameda and all the way to San Lorenzo.  Please visit our webpage where we are hosting this campaign at

ZeroLitter!

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And thank you to all our interns and people that joined using their smartphones, and to our  sponsors: NOAA Marine Debris Program, Alameda County Clean Water Program, State Farm, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Rose Foundation, Clorox Company Foundation and others for their support. IMG_1989.jpg

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