Masks On, Litter Gone! Volunteer Event Information

River Network, in partnership with Ball Corporation and a number of local organizations, is thrilled to announce “Masks On, Litter Gone” campaign! Together, we are raising awareness of the benefits of recycling while creating opportunities for community members to restore their local waterways. We believe every consumer has the power to improve our environment by choosing recyclable packing over disposables. Learn more about the benefits of choosing infinitely recyclable aluminum here.

From June 15-28, locals in Phoenix, AZ, Ft. Atkinson, WI, and Findlay, OH, can join the #BallLitterHaul challenge and work to pick up litter in their local communities – all while wearing masks and following social distancing guidelines. Explore the info below on how to take part and follow the hashtags #MasksOnLitterGone and #BallLitterHaul on social media to stay up to date on the latest.

 

                   

 

Event LocationLocal PartnerLocal ContactFacebook EventLitterati Challenge Code
Phoenix, ArizonaRio Reimagined-Arizona State UniversityKylie CochraneJoin!AZ2020
Findlay, OhioBlanchard River Watershed PartnershipLauren SandhuJoin!OH2020
Ft. Atkinson, WisconsinRock River Trail Initiative, Rock River CoalitionTherese OldenburgJoin!WI2020

To take part in the Masks On, Litter Gone two-week event, follow these simple instructions:

  1. Download the Litterati app and create an account (if you are a Ball employee participating, please include “Ball” at the end of your username)
  2. Swipe over to “Challenges” and click Join A Challenge With A Code
  3. Enter the challenge code from the table above
  4. Join the #BallLitterHaul challenge and start picking up litter!

During the event, we’ll have some other challenges that could win you more prizes. Make sure you post to your social media accounts while you’re picking up litter and use the hashtags #MasksOnLitterGone and #BallLitterHaul.

Not sure how to use Litterati? You can learn how to use the app by watching their step-by-step videos. Make sure to have “Litterati AI” toggled on in your settings so the app can track what you are picking up automatically. Want to level up your litter removal? Check out this guide on how to make a DIY litter grabber tool!

You can also view Litterati’s FAQs if you have any questions or reach out to Karla Noboa, River Network Community Engagement Manager at knoboa@rivernetwork.org with any major app issues.

*Please note at this time Litterati can only log one piece of litter per photo; you will need to log one photo per piece of trash.

 

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