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California Coastal Cleanup Day Approaching

Coastal Cleanup Day is approaching, and the City of Alameda Public Works Department is facilitating volunteer participation.

Public works officials are organizing volunteers at the beach near Park Street and Shoreline Drive, beginning at 9:00 a.m. on September 20th. The event runs until noon.

Volunteers should bring buckets and gloves, wear closed-toe shoes and apply sunscreen.

This year marks the 30th annual coastal cleanup day event, which is sponsored by the California Coastal Commission.

“We have been lucky to partner with hundreds of organizations and companies to run the Cleanup each year,” said Eben Schwartz, Marine Debris Program Manager for the California Coastal Commission. “Without the support of local organizations, companies like BBDO San Francisco, and our incredible sponsors, the Cleanup simply wouldn’t take place. To honor the 30th anniversary of this incredible statewide effort, our hope is to raise awareness about Coastal Cleanup Day, and the magnificent people and places of California.”

BBDO San Francisco created an ad campaign this year to promote the event.

According to the Coastal Commission, over 58,000 volunteers removed some 750,000 pounds of trash from California’s beaches, lakes and waterways during cleanup day last year.

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