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30 OF Greatest Replies to #Trashtag Challenge

People use hashtag challenges in order to signify funny or iconic moments. However this kind of thing can be done in order to provide a good attitudes to the society. This is about #trashtag strategy which was implemented in order to reduce the disaster of trash. Out of the 1.3 billion tonnes of household waste generated per year, only about 258-368 million tons of trash end up in one of the 50 largest dumpsites. As waste spreads it, it ultimately makes its way to the oceans, every year, 8 million tons of garbage is added to our oceans, 80 % of it is from mainland waste. Within this situation, the trashtag challenge was a best strategy and people were challenged to upload a photo of area that need to be clean up and after situation

However, one person who done this challenge successfully explained his thoughts by spreading to take a photo after done clean up areas where there are trash problems. If this process seems like slow it may become a reality when other people also aim at keep on doing. Eventually this strategy was successful and the outcome became as a reality.

Below photos were taken into consideration.


Here’s my contribution to #trashtag. My (large) family and I cleaned up this beach we camped near over the summer


#trashtag seems to be trending. This one’s from Nepal


#trashtag Manila Bay has been considered one of the dirtiest bays across the world. After 11 years, the Supreme Court finally issued a cleanup order which thousands of volunteers joined last January 27, 2019.


This should be the new challenge to make the world a better place


Around 500 volunteers helped with the cleanup of 5 million kg of trash from this Mumbai beach.


Just one of the many days cleaning up our local waterways. Featuring Selma Kayak and Large Marge the Garbage Barge


3 women cleaned up this area together.


This is just a work of an hour! #trashtag


Took me a few days, but finally finished!!


Students from @tetsocollege, Dimapur, accepted the #Trashtag challenge




The community in my home town in Mexico got together and cleaned up garbage


There’s an organization I volunteer at and we basically do cleanups like this in the city. Places that have been forgotten by the local government and make them accessible for the public


Took the whole Sunday morning for 10 people. But finally completed the #trashtag challenge


My aunt is a 70-year-old retired school teacher and she has been making these signs and going around cleaning up our neighborhood in the Bronx for a few months now #Trashtag


Along the Potomac River south of Washington, DC. We have to clean up the existing mess, but bottle deposit laws and styrofoam bans would prevent most of it. Contact your local, state, and federal representatives and insist on this.


People are starting to accept the challenge


These people went above and beyond #trashtag


Love seeing this become a challenge! Keeping the beaches clean here in Florida


We’ve picked up tons from Durban beaches over the years


40 Norwegian Folk High School students from Alta spent one-week picking trash at a local beach, gathering a total of 12,400kg


We did our first “official” beach clean-up in Belize that past December. Before this I’d say we were classified as “beach(trash)combers”, picking up the odd straw and plastic bottle we saw on our walks. However, for Belize, we traveled there with the intention of dedicating time to picking up any trash we came across on our hikes and beach walks. We even created a social media “clean-up crew” by partnering with other travelers to do a clean-up with us at the same time.



Another #trashtag challenge accepted! Help keep our streets clean


Cleaning up floating debris in Jamaica Bay, NY


My girlfriend and I do our part for #trashtag at the beach the other day


South Africa


Decided to pick up trash for my birthday and filled up 4 bags


Did our part today for #trashtag while offroading in the mountains of California


  1. You actually make it seem so easy together with your presentation but I find this matter to be really one thing that I feel I’d never understand. It seems too complex and very extensive for me. I am having a look ahead on your subsequent post, I will try to get the grasp of it!


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