Coastal Cleanup Day 2013

Be a changing force for the future and defend clean water

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More than 11,000 Angelenos removed 24,000 pounds of trash on September 21 for Coastal Cleanup Day, the largest volunteer day on the planet.

Why is Coastal Cleanup Day important?

  • Trash in the ocean compromises human and wildlife health, which affects the livelihoods of millions all over the planet. We all need clean water. 
  • Every little piece of paper, cigarette butt or bottle cap that makes its way to street sewers ends up in streams or rivers and eventually down to the ocean. 
  • Oceans are the largest part of our water cycle, generating oxygen and rain necessary to sustain life on Earth.

Watch a video about Coastal Cleanup Day 2013!

Questions?

Please contact Marissa Maggio with any questions regarding Coastal Cleanup Day in Los Angeles County.

For other California locations, please contact the California Coastal Commission: 800-COAST4U

Can’t make Coastal Cleanup Day? Just a $25 donation can help run a cleanup site in your neighborhood. 

 

Coastal Cleanup Day Sponsors

Come help Mountains Restoration Trust and Heal the Bay clean areas that are hard to reach on foot!
Mountain Bike Stream Team Restoration at Malibu Creek State Park
Bay Street has been added as one of the Coastal Cleanup Day sites in Southern California. 
Coastal Cleanup Day Bay Street Beach Inkwell
We are proud to announce that KTLA5 won a 2012 Emmy for its one-hour special about Heal the Bay's Coastal Cleanup Day program. The Emmy was the third that KTLA has won for its CCD-focused programming. We are grateful to KTLA for showcasing our work…
KTLA's Coastal Cleanup Day program wins an Emmy
To help celebrate Earth Day, Heal the Bay will partner with Ralphs Grocery Company to provide resources for Coastal Cleanup Day, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium and a Heal the Bay activity guide highlighting ways to for kids to prevent marine pollut…
Ralphs bolsters its support of Heal the Bay's mission with a $25,000 donation
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