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trashfreela Los Angeles, looking for something fun to do with family and/or friends on a Sunday afternoon? Looking for an opportunity to make a difference, give back, and/or help our community and the environment? If so, please come and join us Sunday, August 30th at Hollenbeck Park. We will be cleaning the park for one hour. We will start at 6:30PM and end by 8:00PM (actual cleaning is only for one hour).
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We are here to make new friends, educate the public, and raise awareness about littering.
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We will provide the supplies; we just need your help and support by joining us and/or sharing this event.
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Location: (FB Event Link @trashfreela Bio)
Hollenbeck Park
415 S Saint Louis St,
Los Angeles, CA 90033
(By I-10 and I-5 freeway on 4th street exit)
Between DTLA and East LA
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Volunteers:
All ages welcome, but volunteers under 13 must be accompanied by an adult, and youths under 18 must have their safety waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian. Please comment below or email us (Trashfreela@gmail.com) if you would like us to send you our waiver.
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Parking: Free street parking around the park. There is a small parking lot available.
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Let's be the change we wish to see in this world. Thank you! 🚯
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trashfreela It all depends how we look at things. It is up to us that understand the impact of trash, to lead by example. Our actions will inspire and educate others to think twice before littering. It's true, we might not change the world over night, but we can make a difference by taking one small step at a time. Let's inspire those around us to properly dispose their trash.
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Friendly reminder: when possible refuse to buy stuff that you do not need (anything that just creates waste at a short period of time), reduce waste, reuse as much as possible, and recycle when possible. If everyone does their part and encourages others to join them, then together we will be the change our world needs. 🏼🚯
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stephythegr8 Repost from my sustainability account @thegreenmonger
Only about 7% of the plastic being produced with non-renewable resources gets recovered and recycled.

With recycling cans becoming more present on street corners, there is no reason for any regular trash can to be filled with plastic. My purchases are my responsibility. I will carry something home if I cant dispose of it properly. I have to be more than just a consumer.

Plastic beverage bottles and other one-time-use plastic items such as straws, plastic bags, packaging and utensils, end up in landfills leaching toxins into the land and water. Plastic lost in the environment finds its way into the rivers and oceans. Over 90% of the oceans pollution is from plastic, which is breaking down into a toxic soup and choking marine life habitats and ecosystems. Plastic has a life of several hundred centuries and future generations will still be dealing with our waste. Plastic is generally not a good thing for the environment or sustainability on many other levels. Good documentaries to watch for more on plastic and pollution is "Bag it" and "Tapped".

#reduce #reuse #recycle #reducereuserecycle #plastic #bagit #plasticbottles #waterbottles #sustainability #savetheocean #pollution #waterpollution #nonrenewable #waste #toxic #negligence #plasticbags #responsibility #ecoconsciousness #ecofriendly #sustainable
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dropknowledgenyc Repost from another account in our network @thegreenmonger
Only about 7% of the plastic being produced with non-renewable resources gets recovered and recycled.

With recycling cans becoming more present on street corners, there is no reason for this trash can to be filled with plastic. My purchases are my responsibility. I will carry something home if I cant dispose of it properly. I have to be more than just a consumer.

Plastic beverage bottles and other one-time-use plastic items such as straws, plastic bags and plastic utensils, end up in landfills leaching toxins into the land and water. Plastic lost in the environment finds its way into the rivers and oceans. Over 90% of the oceans pollution is from plastic, which is breaking down into a toxic soup and choking marine life habitats and ecosystems. Plastic is generally not a good thing for the environment or sustainability on many levels. Good documentaries to watch for more on plastic and pollution is "Bag it" and "Tapped".

#reduce #reuse #recycle #reducereuserecycle #plastic #bagit #plasticbottles #waterbottles #sustainability #savetheocean #pollution #waterpollution #nonrenewable #waste #toxic
7d

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thegreenmonger Only about 7% of the plastic being produced with non-renewable resources gets recovered and recycled.

With recycling cans becoming more present on street corners, there is no reason for this trash can to be filled with plastic. My purchases are my responsibility. I will carry something home if I cant dispose of it properly. I have to be more than just a consumer.

Plastic beverage bottles and other one-time-use plastic items such as straws, plastic bags and plastic utensils, end up in landfills leaching toxins into the land and water. Plastic lost in the environment finds its way into the rivers and oceans. Over 90% of the oceans pollution is from plastic, which is breaking down into a toxic soup and choking marine life habitats and ecosystems. Plastic is generally not a good thing for the environment or sustainability on many levels. Good documentaries to watch for more on plastic and pollution is "Bag it" and "Tapped".

#reduce #reuse #recycle #reducereuserecycle #plastic #bagit #plasticbottles #waterbottles #sustainability #savetheocean #pollution #waterpollution #nonrenewable #waste #toxic
7d

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