To support this campaign, we will be providing data, developing a methodology and carrying out
research analysis. To date, we have input into the Citizen Science Expert Group, who are setting up how
measurements of marine pollution will be conducted.
Anchor groups are being established across eight Local Authorities that border the River Clyde. These
anchor groups will undertake the measurements and clean-up operations, and will consist of community
groups, businesses and schools. The first tranche of measurement and clean up started in April
2019, and the data received will be reviewed by the Citizens Science Expert panel, then put into a format
suitable for public dissemination.