2017 Coastal Cleanup
   
2017 Top Corporate Sponsors
  Presenting Sponsor 
Poarch Creek Band of Indians
   
  Sea Turtle Sponsors - $5,000+ 
ADCNR State Lands Coastal Section
Alabama PALS
Bebo's
LogoBranders
NOAA
   
  Dune Sponsors - $2,000+
Alabama Power
Baldwin EMC
Bluegill Restaurant
City of Gulf Shores
City of Orange Beach
Coast 360
Compass Media
Evonik
ExxonMobil
Flora-Bama
Home Depot
Ike's Beach Service
LuLu's
MAWSS
Republic Services
Riviera Utilties
Utility Board of Gulf Shores  
   
  Pals Sponsors 
Alabama Department of Transportation
ALFA Farmers Federation
Alabama Farmers Cooperative
Vulcan Materials
Honda Manufacturing of Alabama
   
 
 
 


 





 

 


 

 

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About the Coastal Cleanup

Show your support and concern for Alabama's waterways by participating in the 30th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup scheduled for Saturday, September 16th, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. until noon. You or your organization can make a difference by volunteering to clean up our cherished coastal area.

 In its twenty-eight year effort to clean up the coast, over 87,000 volunteers have removed more than 1.6 million pounds of trash from Alabama's valued coastline and waterways. Join us this year as we continue to make Alabama the Beautiful!

Supplies are limited. On the day of the event, come prepared with sunscreen, a hat, gloves, shoes and lots of water. It gets HOT!

Be sure to Check Out our Tips To Protect Yourself From Heat Stress section!

Check our calendar for times. Then contact the zone captain for the area of your choice to get involved!

Here are a few safety tips to help "Get the Trash out of the Splash!"

  • Drink plenty of fluids!
  • Bring sunscreen, a hat and wear comfortable shoes.
  • An adult should supervise children at all times.
  • Be careful near sand dunes and other fragile ecosystems.
  • DO NOT attempt to remove dangerous or heavy items yourself. Mark the location and report back to the zone captain for proper disposal.
 
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).

Did you know that since Alabama joined the ICC in 1987, 83,000 volunteers in Alabama have removed a total of 1.6 million pounds of debris and cleaned 5,441 miles of Alabama coastline.

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