#Trashtag proves that some viral trends are actually great

#Trashtag proves that some viral trends are actually great

#Trashtag proves that some viral trends are actually great

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. 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. Every few days we have a new one coming up.

So far there are more than 26,000 posts tagged on Instagram and countless volunteers have cleaned up parks, roads and beaches around the world.

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The #Trashtag trend first started in 2015 with the outdoor gear brand UCO, who tried to get the #UCOTrashTag trend going.

The constructive, and even somewhat earnest social media challenge is a refreshing change of pace, especially after a series of risky viral challenges that have taken over the internet over the past few years.

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The movement is also called #TrashChallenge by some users, and judging by the way this online challenge is picking up, it looks like cleaning up our local communities might just be the next trendy pastime! Meanwhile, several users asked whether they could take up the challenge as well.

It is indeed a positive social media challenge that has flooded the internet. With people from all over the world coming together in a cleanliness drive, it is a change the environment beckons. The company pledged to pick up 10,000 tons of garbage within the year and challenged their customers to make their own goals with trash pickup.

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