We had one of the founders of the Garbage Olympics, Alicia Carberry, as a guest on our podcast earlier this year. She is one of the founders of the Garbage Olympics. The 2020 Garbage Olympics take place on Sept. 26 and you can help make a difference in your neighborhood. Volunteers are needed to help clean up litter for 2 hours on Saturday morning.
Each neighborhood will be organized into teams, and team captains will report the results from the 2 hour cleanup to the Clean Pittsburgh Commission for final scores and judging.
4th Annual Garbage Olympics Details
- Date: Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020
- Time: 9 a.m.
- To join a team: Check out the list of participating neighborhoods and email a team captain if you want to help. (The deadline to register a new team has passed, but volunteers are still needed for existing teams.)
- Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/344437433388896/
Check out the Garbage Olympics website or scroll down to listen to our interview with Alicia.
Questions? Email [email protected] or call/text 412-447-1017.
The Garbage Olympics is organized by the Clean Pittsburgh Commission and is an official commission of the City of Pittsburgh.
Learn more about the Pittsburgh Garbage Olympics
Interested in learning more about the history of the Garbage Olympics? Want to hear some of the interesting things that were found during last year’s clean up? Take a listen to our interview with Alicia Carberry.
Check out some of the photos from the 2019 Garbage Olympics ⤵️