Save the World and Go Viral With New #Trashtag Challenge

Federico Mansilla
Marcha 14, 2019

Because apparently it still must be said, don't eat Tide pods. The second is the socially conscious that doesn't always do what it's meant to do, like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which involved thousands of people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads without actually donating to the cause.

It's not every day that a viral social trend contributes to something that touches people's lives outside of social media. You know what, 2019?

One wrote that:'Whoever came up with the #trashtag challenge is an absolute genius.

An army of eco-conscious people around the world are clearing up litter and sharing photos of it on Twitter using #Trashtag. Unlike the unsafe 48 Hour challenge or Bird Box Challenge and the pointless (yet fun) Planking or 10 Year Challenge, the Trashtag Challenge gets people to clean up their communities.

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The #trashtag challenge requires people to take a "before photo" of an area that needs some cleaning or maintenance, and an "after photo" when people have cleaned or helped maintain the area.

People are encouraging others to clean up litter with the #TrashTag challenge.

There's a new viral challenge spreading across social media, and it's making the world a cleaner place. First year he ended up with 75 contractor bags full. In late 2018, the Swedish practice of #Plogging, which is picking up trash while jogging, began to gain some traction in Canada and the United States. On Instagram alone, there were more than 25,000 posts with the hashtag #trashtag - variations include #trashtagchallenge and #trashchallenge.

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