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Register your event, request materials, and submit your final tally.
We encourage you to use these data cards to easily record the types and amount of trash collected. We use the information to help identify sources of trash on local waterways. Click to download the
Volunteer Tally Form
Organizer Tally Form
Volunteer sign-in forms and waivers are available to download in
Consider retaining copies of waivers according to state and/or local legal guidelines.
Use these documents and links to promote your cleanup event. This page includes a promotional video, posters, a sample brochure, and more! Click here for promotional materials.
"How To Organize a Cleanup" guides, Safety Information, and other resources to help organize your cleanup event.
Stay up-to-date with what's going on at Rivers Alive by reading our latest quarterly newsletter.
Incorporate education into your cleanup! Follow the link for water quality activities and ideas for your event.
Bridgestone's One Team, One Planet Spent Tire Community Clean-Up Support Program is teaming up with local waterway cleanup groups to eradicate the problem of tire litter. Event organizers can request tire recycling support (free of charge!) by filling out a form available here. Requests must be made at least one month in advance, so sign up now!