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Our Mission

For every product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from our world's oceans and waterways.

We created this company because we wanted to make a bigger, more measurable impact on our oceans and encourage people to do the same. So we stopped simply writing checks and started organizing and hosting these cleanups. We wanted to do our part to clean the waterways ourselves.

That’s also why we take the care to create products that use responsible materials (like recycled polyester, which reuses plastic bottles so they won’t wind up in gyres). If you’d like to help, we’d love to see you at our next cleanup.

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Date:  October 18th, 2014

Location: Trinity River and Wetlands in Dallas, Texas

Haul:16,230 lbs.

Over 100 volunteers joined United by Blue for our last cleanup of the 2014 season. We worked along the Trinity River and wetlands for over three hours, hauling motoboats, a couch, over 50 truck tires and tons (literally) of scattered trash and debris. The final trash weight total: an astonishing 16,230 pounds! After the cleanup, the Cabot Creamery Cooperative and it's Farmers' Gratitude Grille fed cleanup volunteers a delicious lunch. We are proud to celebrate over 200,000 lbs. of trash removed from waterways and oceans to date!

Thank you to all the volunteers who made this event possible, including: Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Subaru of America, Inc., the City of Dallas/Trinity River Corridor Project, and Moore Disposal.

 

For more photos from the cleanup, visit our Facebook page .

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Haul:16,230 lbs.

Over 100 volunteers joined United by Blue for our last cleanup of the 2014 season. We worked along the Trinity River and wetlands for over three hours, hauling motoboats, a couch, over 50 truck tires and tons (literally) of scattered trash and debris. The final trash weight total: an astonishing 16,230 pounds! After the cleanup, the Cabot Creamery Cooperative and it's Farmers' Gratitude Grille fed cleanup volunteers a delicious lunch. We are proud to celebrate over 200,000 lbs. of trash removed from waterways and oceans to date!

Thank you to all the volunteers who made this event possible, including: Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Subaru of America, Inc., the City of Dallas/Trinity River Corridor Project, and Moore Disposal.

 

For more photos from the cleanup, visit our Facebook page .

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