Coastal Cleanup Day 2023 – Wrap Up
Heal the Bay is proud to announce our 2023 Coastal Cleanup Day Stats!
Updated September 27, 2023, 3:00 PM
Los Angeles County Numbers (Heal the Bay Sites)
- 47 Cleanup Sites Reported
- 7, 337 volunteers
- 1, 646 volunteers who brought their own cleanup supplies
- 16,211 pounds of trash
- 429 pounds of recycling
- 97.5 miles of beach, river, underwater, and neighborhoods sites cleaned.
- 15 Inland Cleanups, 31 Coastal Cleanups, 2 Dive Cleanups
According to the California Coastal Commission as of 5PM 9/24 with 50% reporting (including Heal the Bay)
- 25,570 volunteers participated statewide.
- Those volunteers picked up 126,605 pounds of trash at cleanup sites all along California.
- An additional 7,041 pounds of recyclable materials were collected.
- A total of 133,645 pounds or 67 tons of refuse were removed from watersheds all over California.
Thank you to all who joined Heal the Bay in Los Angeles County on Coastal Cleanup Day 2023, and a special thank you to our 2023 Coastal Cleanup Day Sponsors:
2023 Coastal Cleanup Day Sponsors:
Pacific Premier Bank @pacificpremierbank
Ocean Conservancy @oceanconservancy
Water Replenishment District @wrdsocal
City of Santa Monica @cityofsantamonica
Department of Beaches and Harbors, Los Angeles County @lacdbh
California Coastal Commission @coastalcommission
Northrop Grumman @northropgrumman
Water for LA @waterforla
Councilwoman Traci Park (Council District 11) @councilwomantracipark
Councilmember Tim McOsker (Council District 15)
Councilwoman Katy Yaroslavsky (Council District 5) @cd5losangeles