Every Little Piece Counts

You may think
picking up
one piece of litter
not have
that much impact

It's just one piece, right?

But one piece. . .

. . . Can turn into a full trash bag soon enough.

And if we all
picked up
piece of trash. . .

. . .How much
could we
collect? Together?

Every Little Piece Counts

Join the All_Together Global Cleanup



A part of the ALL_TOGETHER GLOBAL CLEANUP initiative from the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (the Alliance) to remove litter from the environment, one piece at a time in celebration of World Cleanup Day 2020.

Beginning on World Cleanup Day, September 19, 2020, and for four weeks following, volunteers from Singapore joined the Alliance members, non-member organizations, and individuals around the world, as they rallied to their communities to discover, identify, collect and dispose of litter they found. Individual actions, collectively, have created a positive impact towards a cleaner Earth. Together with Litterati, the Alliance is committed to making the ALL_TOGETHER GLOBAL CLEANUP a long-term annual global movement. This will build on the great work that has been started in not only capturing waste, but also in collecting and learning from more data in our goal of having a litter-free world. ALL_TOGETHER and ALL_IN for 2021 Singapore!

140 People Have collected 9794 Pieces of litter

Join the Global Movement

Keep Cleaning!


Step 1

Download Litterati

Step 2

Enter Code: CLEANSG

Step 3

Photograph Collected Litter

Step 4

Dispose & Keep Going

About the Alliance to End Plastic Waste

The Alliance is an international nonprofit organization partnering with government, environmental and economic development NGOs and communities around the world to address the challenge to end plastic waste in the environment.

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Understanding the Earth's Litter Problem

In partnership with the award-winning youth and education initiative TED-Ed, explore these videos and virtual lesson plans to learn about the issue of litter in the environment and how you can take action that will have a long-lasting impact in the world.

The Man Clearing 9,000 Tons of Trash from Mumbai's Beaches

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The Life Cycle of a Plastic Bottle by Emma Bryce

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Japan's Town with No Waste

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