Finally, a hashtag worth Tagging #Trashtag

Clean up Australia Day is a bit of an institution, from national parks to city streets, it's a great way to meet new people and do something cool for the planet, and your community.


Turns out the internet has discovered the concept, and created a hashtag to get everyone on board, and it's gone as viral as the Icebucket Challenge.

#Trashtag has swept the world, after starting on Reddit, with people from all over doing their bit to clean up.

Check out some of the great work being down below.

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Rabie Tahir@Rabie_Tahir

Pakistanis should also promote this

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In 2015, after watching his childhood beach devastated by trash, @AfrozShah1 took matters into his own hands. What started off as a personal mission turned into the largest beach cleanup in the world, clearing 6,000 tons of trash off of Mumbai's Versova Beach.

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Jafar AlKusaimi@Jiifo


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Sure it's all for internet points and a pat on the back, but if it's achieving a better place for us and future generations to live - surely it's a good thing?