9th CleanUp – can we clean 750 kilos?
It´s the same phenomenon every month: everywhere in Germany and in other countries of the world people are walking around in nature, armed with a bag, gloves and sometimes even with a pair of tongs. Why? Because Ozeankind has again called for an international CleanUp. It is our 9th CleanUp in a row and we´re just 750 kilos short of the next milestone of Folge 20.000 kilos of rubbish. Together we can make it.
Are you in?
What is the Plastikrebell-CleanUp?
No matter where you live or where you are. No matter where you will be on this weekend! You can participate in the Ozeankind® Plastikrebell CleanUp Vol. 9 on the 28th and 29th July 2018 – 48 hours against plastic waste in the environment!
We will sum up all the submitted photos and messages, posts with the event hashtags #ozeankind and/or #plastikrebell (Instagram, Facebook, in the community) we will receive during and after the event in order to get a total amount!
Almost 600 people have participated in the eight previous events in the last months and collected more than 8 tons of garbage! What about you?
It does not matter when, how much or how long – just grab a bag and start! No doubt – there is no better place for waste than the nature!
How does the cleanup work?
28th and 29th July 2018
EVERYBODY can be part of it
EVERYWHERE in the world
IMPORTANT: after cleaning weigh your waste or make a good guess and share the weight with us – using the event-hashtags: #ozeankind oder #plastikrebell via Instagram, Facebook, Plastikrebell-Community, E-Mail or directly in the facebook event.
Info for disposal:
Depending on the place where you have participated … you can either take the waste home with you – or you can ask in a hotel, in a restaurant, surf school, diving school, boat rental – just ask them. In case that the disposal of the rubbish picked up on the 28th/29th of JULY in Germany is not free of charge, just send us the receipt for the disposal (we definitely need the receipt) and we are more than happy to refund you!
Or use the one of the official waste bins you can hopefully find.