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Boulder co cleanup

Boulder co cleanup

Sep 24, 2019

Boulder | Colorado

Date
October 19th, 2019

Haul:
1,466 lbs.

On Saturday, October 19th 2019, United By Blue met at Rayback Collective along Goose Creek and Elmer's Two Mile to help the City of Boulder remove waterway debris. We utilized bike trails (and Bikes), which followed the creek to access and transport everything we removed from the water. With help from the city, 112 volunteers and two special fur friends we removed 1,466 lbs. from flowing further downstream in under 3 hours. 

Such a momentous haul for a city as sustainable as Boulder, (which has municipal composting!!) was all the reason we needed to celebrate with some new and old friends. Rayback provided the ideal space for us to come together after hard work to discuss solutions and problems we face in the daily struggle with plastic waste. Trends of pollution were noted, including the dirtiest locations on the trail along with the specifics of commonly found items.

In addition to cleaning the creek, we worked in creating space for the community's passion to be spotlighted and amplified. If you didn't get a chance to make it to this cleanup, click here to join us again on November 16th in Denver as part of #OPToutside cleanup series.  

 

 

  

 

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