Waiver & Release of Liability

Version 1.06

I am voluntarily participating in an Untrash East Bay volunteer program.


I acknowledge my participation in these events does not come without the risk of injury or harm; I accept this risk, and assume responsibility for all liability and risk associated with my participation.


I agree to hold harmless, release, waive and forever discharge Untrash East Bay, and it’s agents, as well as the owners of the lands we work upon, and their respective agents (Hereafter: “The Parties”) from any and all claims or demands I may have by reason of any accident, illness, injury, loss, destruction or damage to property, arising or resulting directly or indirectly from my participation in this activity. I further covenant not to bring any legal action against The Parties, for any injury, loss or damage resulting from my participation in this activity.


This Waiver and Release is contractual and not a mere recital, and applies whether or not injury or loss resulting from this activity is caused by an act or omission of The Parties, negligent or otherwise. This Waiver and Release is binding on my heirs, executors, administrators, assigns, and all of my family members, and applies to all losses, whether known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected, related to my participation in this activity.


This Waiver and Release was executed on the date below, in California, and is valid for a 12 month period from the date of signing.

Safety Checklist: Read, Check, and Sign

Minimum Safety Requirements - Always use your judgement - if you don’t feel safe, trust yourself.

Cars and Bikes, are usually our biggest hazard - stay alert, especially on bike paths

Stay off highway pavement at all times. Stay off on-ramp and off-ramp pavement

Stay at least 6 feet from highway lane-of-traffic

When untrashing along roads or bikeways, always face traffic.

Never enter an area where you can’t get to safety, quickly. Use a spotter in situations where cars or bikes might come up suddenly.

Sprains and Falls are usually our second biggest hazard - know your limits, and stick to terrain you’re comfortable with.

Don’t put needles in trash; Respect needles when handling. Focus and watch your hands. Don’t carry needles around, they should go straight from the ground into a sharps container, pointy side down.

Not a safety thing, but… don’t drag collapsible containers, they rip

I have read, and agree: