July 1 - July 31, 2020

Bill Berger


Points Total

  • 0 Today
  • 85 This Week
  • 232 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    pieces of litter
    picked up

Bill's Actions


Join a Cleanup Effort

I will host or participate in a beach, highway, river, or other cleanup effort in my community that follows the CDC’s current guidelines for prevention of disease transfer.

One-Time Action


Share My Actions

I will post to my social media networks about how reducing our plastic use is important for both environmental justice and conservation.

One-Time Action


Watch a Documentary

I will watch a documentary film about waste with family and friends and talk about what we learned.

One-Time Action


Keep My Community Clean

I will pick up 3 piece(s) of litter each day while following the CDC’s current guidelines for prevention of disease transfer.



Learn about Environmental Injustice

Using the action resource links below, my family will spend 60 minutes learning about environmental justice, causes of environmental injustice, and how plastic waste disproportionately impacts already vulnerable communities.

One-Time Action

Personal Care

Just Say No

I will avoid buying toxic plastics, including polycarbonate, polystyrene and polyvinyl.



  • Reflection Question
    Community Keep My Community Clean
    How does the act of picking up litter connect you more to your community?

    Bill Berger 7/01/2020 8:43 AM
    How does the act of picking up litter connect you more to your community?

    We have this small lot near our house which everyone from our neighborhood walks through to get to the grocery store. Rubbish regularly blows in from the adjoining parking lot and is always in need of picking up. Planning on picking up at least 3 pieces of trash here or along the trail near our house...safely of course.

  • Bill Berger 6/25/2020 3:30 PM
    A little under a week away until we get started! Suspect it will be a little more challenging this year with all of us working from home in the time of COVID. It's been disappointing to see some of the plastic free initiatives give way in the name of public safety. Prohibiting bringing your own containers/bags, paper bags are not at the store anymore, and much of the bulk buying has been removed. Doesn't mean that we'll be in this state forever though and there's still a lot out there you can learn and do. Part of the fun in this challenge is to encourage others and help each other out as they're evaluating alternatives to reduce single use plastic. 

    Recommend watching the how-to video on your dashboard - it explains how to go about accumulating points. You can log-in now, watch the video, and then start reviewing the actions you'd like to participate in. For those you already do, you can check those off for one point each.

    As an added bonus to learning great things you can do for the planet - we have a few prizes lined up. I'll provide more details next week.

    Feel free to invite family to join our team or your friends to create their own team or compete separately. You get points for this too.

    As a recap from those who participated last year: 

    Total points: 6,123
    Team-members: 26
    Place: 69th out of 776 teams
    Place in our state of Washington: 2nd!