Barnegat Bay Blitz 2013
The Barnegat Bay Blitz is a partnership event spearheaded by the NJDEP and the NJ Clean Communities Council in an effort to bring together citizens, students, businesses and local governments to help clean up and foster a greater appreciation for the Barnegat Bay and its' 660 square mile watershed. 6 Bagsters . . . totalling 18 cubic yards of trash,
The May 10, 2013 Blitz was a resounding success. The 5542 participants, which included student and adult volunteers, collected a total of:
13 Dumpsters . . . totalling 390 cubic yards of trash,
21 Truckloads . . . totalling 105 cubic yards of trash,
167 Tires . . . of which 100 were from the same location,
1118 bags of trash, and 448 bags of recycling!
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- If you have questions about the Barnegat Bay Blitz please send them to email@example.com.
- See the article about the Blitz in the Friday, May 17th issue of the Ocean Star HERE.
Thanks to all the participants in the Barnegat Bay Blitz Rain Barrel Challenge. You are all winners! To see the barrels and learn more about the event, click HERE.
Click on a municipality below to see details and photos from the Blitz cleanups and contact information for the individual Team Captains.
Barnegat Bay Watershed Municipalities