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COASTSWEEP cleanup coordinators organize local cleanups with CZM support. As a cleanup coordinator, you will choose an area to be cleaned up, publicize the event locally, receive supplies, give instructions and distribute materials to volunteers, oversee the cleanup, arrange for proper trash disposal, and collect and return data cards.
We recommend that cleanup coordinators contact the manager of the cleanup site to make sure that he/she is aware of your efforts. The site manager may also be able to help with logistics, such as trash removal.
See the information below for further details on how to conduct a successful cleanup. For a full list of all of the information available on the COASTSWEEP website, see Overview and Index.
CZM provides all of the cleanup supplies free of charge, including:
Materials are shipped by Federal Express or UPS to cleanup coordinators during the week before the cleanup date.
To volunteer as a local coordinator, please complete the following form and email it to email@example.com. (See Contact Information for the mailing address.)
Please have your volunteers read and sign this form. Please use the DCR version for all cleanups held at Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) locations. (You will receive a copy in the mail with your supplies.)
To ensure a safe cleanup, please provide these safety precautions to all volunteers. (You will also receive a copy in the mail with your supplies.)
Please submit this report, which lists details such as the number of volunteers and bags of debris collected, as soon as possible after completion of your cleanup. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (You will receive a copy in the mail with your supplies.)
Do you need help recruiting volunteers, or are you looking for some media coverage for your event? You can customize this generic press release and send it to your local papers, community television stations, and any relevant groups that send out newsletters. Please feel free to contact us if you need any help with your publicity efforts. If someone does a story on your event, we would like to know about it, so please send us a link at email@example.com.
You can download and customize this 8½"x11" cleanup poster with your cleanup information. If you do not have a printer, just let us know, and we'll ship some printed posters to you with your supplies.
Ocean Conservancy provides data cards to record items collected by volunteers, along with a data summary sheet for each cleanup. (You will receive these in the mail with your supplies.)
Below are links to some additional materials to assist with your cleanup efforts.