UPDATE: Keeping It Clean in San Francisco
By Oracle OpenWorld Blog Team on Sep 24, 2012
by Karen Shamban
The results are in, and September 15 was a huge success for the organizers of Coastal Cleanup Day - and more important, for our beautiful and unique California coastal environment.
Here are some inspiring stats. More than:
- 1,500 volunteers reported in for duty at the Ocean Beach cleanup location (including 150 Oracle employees and family members)
- 57,000 volunteers participated statewide
- 320 tons picked up, including
- 534,115 pounds of trash
- 105,816 pounds of recyclable materials
Join us on September 15, when California's largest volunteer event -- Coastal Cleanup Day -- is taking place. You can help by joining Oracle, Oracle partners, and many others at the Ocean Beach cleanup.
Be sure to check in at the Oracle table that will be set up there. You'll receive an Oracle t-shirt for participating (while supplies last), and can sign up to receive an emailed code that will get you a complimentary Discover pass* to Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne. And be sure to get yourself into the group photo, which will be shown on the Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne Websites.
When and where:
Ocean Beach at Fulton Street, San Francisco
Saturday, September 15, 2012
">9 a.m. to Noon
Click here for more information, and to register.
*Note: Oracle employees should register for the Ocean Beach cleanup here, and must register for Oracle OpenWorld or JavaOne using the standard employee registration process. Oracle employees are not eligible for the Discover pass offer.