How do I participate in the application?

A: Sign up for the application.

Deposit and commit credits and start recycling.

Take a photo while you recycle and get daily credits! More activity, more daily credits!

Validate others’ daily activity photos to get more daily credits! Remember others get daily credits for validating your daily activities’ photos!

Daily credits are transferred back to you every day, sometimes more sometimes less than you committed that day! Remember either way you are part of a real-world change.

Every day is a new day of activity, more days active, more daily credits.

Remember to check the league!

How do I sign up for the application?

A: Download and install the app.

When you open the app for the first time, you will see a welcome screen. Tap on the sign-up button.

Enter your name, mobile number, and password and tap on the signup button. Make sure you choose a strong password that you can remember.

You will receive a confirmation code. This is important, because we want to make sure you're not a robot.

Once your mobile number is verified, you can sign in to the app with your mobile number and password. Congratulations, you're in!

How do I use track?

A: Tap the blue bar and take a photograph of your recycle activity.

Tap the orange revert button to revert your last activity.

Tap the gray button to navigate to the league.

Tap the activity icon for navigating to the tracker board.

Where do I find activities to validate?

A: Notifications is on the top right corner of the app. You can find activities to validate there when there is a notification.

Alternatively, you can find the validate tap in the menu on the top left corner.

What can be done when some of my activities are rejected?

What can be done when some of my activities are rejected?

A: You can find the dispute tap in the menu on the top left corner of the app. Tap the dispute and you will find your rejected activities. Check the rejected activity and if you find that it is right to be rejected then accept the rejection. If you find the rejection is wrong, then dispute the rejection.