Broughty Ferry beach will receive a clean-up following a public vote.
The sands were selected as part of a partnership led by Keep Britain Tidy, Fairy, Tesco and Head and Shoulders to clean beaches around the UK after the summer season.
For every 100 yards of beach in the UK, an average of 138 pieces of litter was found last year. It is estimated 30% of waste is left by the general public.
People who want to take part in the event can meet at the Esplanade at 11am today.
The session is expected to last until around 3pm. There will be an hour’s break for lunch, which is not supplied.