Team up to get the Trash Out of the Splash at the 34th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup 
SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 

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CLEANUP ZONES
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About the Alabama Coastal Cleanup

You or your organization can volunteer to clean Alabama’s coastal waterways and beaches on Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 8am – 12pm. Take part in the state’s largest annual volunteer event as you clean your neighborhoods, local parks, streets, and storm drains too. Trash travels through storm drains, streams, and rivers to become bay and Gulf pollution. Picking up litter benefits you, your community and the Gulf.

Over 100,000 volunteers have assisted in this event since Alabama joined the International Coastal Cleanup in 1987. We are grateful to the many helping hands and hearts who have pitched in to benefit our priceless natural resources.

FIND YOUR ZONE

Find out ways you can be involved!

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Did You Know?

The Alabama Coastal Cleanup is coordinated through the Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources State Lands Division, Coastal Section, and the Alabama People Against A Littered State (PALS).

Get some safety tips to help Get the Trash Out of the Splash!

While you Get the Trash Out of the Splash, please heed the tips below, and be sure to learn the signs of heat related illness by Beating the Heat!

Beat the Heat Safety Tips
DRINK PLENTY OF FLUIDS
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LIFT HEAVY OBJECTS, MARK THE LOCATION AND CONTACT THE ZONE CAPTAIN FOR HELP
WEAR PLENTY OF SUNSCREEN
AN ADULT SHOULD SUPERVISE CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES
BE CAREFUL NEAR SAND DUNES AND OTHER FRAGILE ECOSYSTEMS

Thanks To All Of Our Sponsors

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NEWSLETTER

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