July 11, 2012, 12:43 amThe non-profit cleanup organization SOLV has formed a response plan to Japanese tsunami debris that is washing up on Oregon beaches. Working with the state and other partners, SOLV has set up 32 dumpsters at campgrounds and other coastal sites, to handle all the garbage beachgoers might find. SOLV is also soliciting feedback from park rangers, residents and visitors. SOLV wants to know if people are seeing more debris than normal. If so, they will organize a cleanup. They've done several so far in response to requests. SOLV is also looking for volunteers and will send out county specific alerts to people who want to help. You can sign up for those alerts here.