GET READY, World Environment DAY! HERE WE COME!

What to Bring

              See below for the 2024 Waiver

*Please be sure to sign a waiver for Anheuser-Busch, Solano County Adopt-A-Beach, and the Bureau of Reclamation.

Bring Your Own * and help us cut down on the trash that we create at the Cleanup! To find out more about our efforts to reduce waste, visit the California Coastal Commission's BYO page.

Click the waivers below to view and download! 

Please sign a waiver/release form for Anheuser-Busch, Adopt-A-Beach, and the Bureau of Reclamation.

AB Event Waiver of Liability (Adult).pdf

Anheuser-Busch release form - adults

AB Event Waiver of Liability (Minor).pdf

Anheuser-Busch release form - minors

Waiver_English_Solano County.pdf

Solano County Adopt-A-Beach waiver - groups

BOR_Volunteer Agreement_WED_FY24.pdf

Bureau of Reclamation volunteer agreement

What to wear

What to Expect

Everyone can participate in the Solano County World Environment Day Cleanup, no matter what age or ability. Individuals with questions about accessibility should contact

Try to arrive at an event 10-15 minutes before it is scheduled to begin to sign in and turn in your waivers. 

Each Cleanup site will be headed up by one or more Site Captains who will be in charge of everything at that location for the day. Once you arrive, seek out your Site Captain and follow his/her instructions for checking in and getting set for the Cleanup.

All the supplies you need will be waiting for you at the site: trash and recycling bags, gloves, data cards, pencils, and waivers, to start. Please help us reduce waste generated at each Cleanup by Bringing Your Own reusable cleanup supplies, like a bucket or bag and work gloves, from home. Help conserve paper by downloading the CleanSwell app on your iPhone or Android mobile device.

Each volunteer will need to bring or sign a liability waiver before they can start the Cleanup. You can save yourself some check-in time if you bring a signed waiver from home.

Once you sign your waiver, the Site Captain or another volunteer will provide a brief safety talk. After this, and once your supplies are in hand, start your cleaning!

Clean up every piece of human-created trash you can find, no matter how small! Scour the water line or areas near sea walls for hidden stashes of litter. Please leave all naturally occurring material (seaweed, driftwood, rocks, feathers, and shells) in place - it provides a valuable food source and habitat for a multitude of animals.

Keep track of everything you pick up using the data card (supplied at the Cleanup) or CleanSwell app. This data is a critical part of the Cleanup - it's our only chance each year to get a snapshot of what is littering our coast, inland waterways, and ocean. This information is used by educators and policy makers to help combat marine debris over the long term. Help us by taking part in the world's largest data collection event!

At the designated time, bring your bags or buckets back to the location the Site Captain has designated for depositing your trash and recyclables.

Take a moment to look out at your Cleanup site and appreciate how much cleaner, healthier, and nicer it is. Congratulate yourself on a job well done, and thank yourself and your fellow volunteers for helping to protect our waterways. We certainly do!