Delta Laboratories wants to get even more people involved with our Earth Day CleanUp by using your student’s artwork. The poster designs should focus on picking up litter and keeping our environment clean.
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- What's it all about?
- WHEN is it?
- Where should we CleanUP?
- HOW DO WE SIGN UP?
- WHAT YOU NEED for your CleanUP:
- What should we do with the trash after the CleanUP?
- How will this protect our waterways?
- Thank you to all of our 2013 Earth Day CleanUP Participants! Listing and Results
Volunteer to organize a rewarding project that will serve your community and the environment! It just takes a few hours of your time to help clean up a location of your choice, in your neighborhood. Additional information for planning and carrying out your CleanUP is provided in the program brochure.
There is (unfortunately) not usually a shortage of areas nearby that need your help. Scout around for a location that you'd like to see improved. These areas may be stream banks, a lakeside beach, an abandoned lot with overgrown weeds, a littered park or recreational area, or a trashed roadway. When selecting a site, keep in mind accessibility, rest rooms, and the presence of poison ivy.
Often you can enlist the town's support for trash pickup if needed.
We encourage you to recycle items that can be recycled.For a list of recyclable materials, seehttp://www.monroecounty.gov/des-residentialrecycling.php
To receive a thank you and to be added to the Greater Rochester Earth Day CleanUP Tally Submit a
CleanUP Report Form
or print and mail to:
410 White Spruce Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14623
If you need more information, contact Delta Labs at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 585-234-1726.
Cleaning human debris from the environment does more than simply make it look better.
Waste enters a stream in a number of ways. Storm drains collect storm water from our neighborhoods, parking lots and other public areas, and this water is not treated before it reaches our local waterways. This means that garbage that ends up in a storm drain is washed directly to our streams and rivers. Litter from recreational use and sometimes intentional dumping also pollutes our water resources.
Our waterways provide us with fresh drinking water, great recreational opportunities, and a welcome respite for our busy lives. Let's do our part to preserve and protect them.