HELP CREATE A RIPPLE EFFECT BY COLLECTING LITTER ON YOUR COMMUTE, WALK, RUN OR PADDLE, AND LOGGING YOUR LITTER COUNT HERE
TOTAL PIECES OF LITTER COLLECTED
2018 Event Calendar
We've enjoyed over twenty clean-up events so far and are working to get more in the diary. If you're living on our route and would like to help the effort, let us know and we'll add your event to the list.
If you'd like to organise a SayYesMore litterpick anywhere in the world please contact email@example.com
LOG YOUR LITTER
Have you picked up some trash recently? Whether on your walk to work or at a dedicated clean-up event, let us know! We love photos of your litterpicks, either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or share on social media tagging #waterbikecollective
About the Ripple Effect
The Ripple Effect is SayYesMore's environmental and community action plan. One action spreads a little idea, inspiration and motivation, so why not start a ripple of your own?
We think everyone should be plastic clever; taking a stand, purchasing less and disposing of their waste properly. We're creating a blueprint so anybody inspired by this project can understand their own plastic consumption and join in or organise their own clean-up, even if it's just one person on a beach or towpath, anywhere in the world.
We'll be suggesting ideas for reducing plastic use and packaging for individuals and businesses, as well as providing re-usable water bottles and coffee mugs to avoid excess throwaway.
The Ripple Effect is a mentality, a way of thinking. So much more than just protecting the environment, it's getting involved and using enthusiasm as a tool for impact and action.
Call to action: Wherever you live, take a walk twice a week and pick-up any litter you see on the way. Then log your litter count on this page and take our community total towards one million pieces.
Wherever in the UK you are, these are some great clean-up organisations who work on or near rivers, canals and beaches. Find your closest one and help them continue with the good work!
Bishops Stortford, Hertforshire