Fighting for Trash Free Seas®

Ending the flow of trash at the source

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Meet Clean Swell

Our trash collection mobile app

Join a global movement to keep beaches, waterways and the ocean trash free. Head out to your favorite beach and use the app to easily record each item of trash you collect. Then share your effort with family and friends.

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About CleanSwell

Join a global movement to keep beaches, waterways and the ocean trash free.

Head out to your favorite beach and use the app to easily record each item of trash you collect. Then share your effort with family and friends.

With Clean Swell, simply “Start Collecting” trash wherever you are around the world and the data you collect will instantaneously upload to Ocean Conservancy’s global ocean trash database. These data deliver a global snapshot of ocean trash, providing researchers and policy-makers insight to inform solutions. Join the thousands of International Coastal Cleanup® volunteers who are working for a cleaner ocean by picking up the millions of pounds of trash that wash onto beaches around the world. Even check out your Cleanup history, so anytime, anywhere you can see the impact you’ve had on making our ocean a cleaner and healthier ecosystem.

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  • Choose your language (English, Spanish or Bahasa Indonesian with more to come).
  • Record every item of trash you collect.
  • Share your Cleanup results and impact with friends via Facebook, Twitter, and email.
  • Track your total distance cleaned.
  • See the total weight of the trash you collect.
  • Earn badges based on the type and quantity of trash and cleanups you do, like the Sea Turtle Saver!
  • Keep a historical record of your Cleanup efforts.
  • Create ocean trash solutions by contributing to a global database and helping to identify trends.
  • Learn scientific facts about the impact of trash on ocean animals and what you can do to help.

Share Clean Swell with your cleanup volunteers! Download a simple How-To-Use Clean Swell poster here.

Marine wildlife like our beloved octopuses are counting on us to protect their homes.

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