Greenwich Green & Clean Announces International Coastal Cleanup at Tod’s Point on Sept 23

Greenwich Green & Clean announced their upcoming International Coastal Cleanup, scheduled on Saturday, September 23, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Greenwich Point Park.

This global initiative aims to bring the community together for a day of environmental stewardship to protect and preserve our oceans and waterways.

All non-biodegradable trash removed from our shoreline will be tallied and reported to Save the Sound. Save the Sound will submit the data to the Ocean Conservancy, which collaborates with organizations worldwide to analyze pollution in the Earth’s waters.

Pre-registration on Green & Clean’s website is recommended, but unregistered walk-ins will be welcome.

Visit to register.

Upon your arrival, please check in at the tables at the parking lot across from the first concession stand. Beach passes will not be required for participation in this event.Gloves and buckets will be available on site, however participants are encouraged to bring your own if possible.

Green & Clean is grateful for the support and collaboration of the community partners that share their vision for a cleaner and greener Greenwich.

Their partners include:

For more information about the International Coastal Cleanup and other Greenwich Green & Clean initiatives, please visit or contact Kanako MacLennan at 203-531-0006 or [email protected].