- Reducing cigarette litter
- Reducing plastic bag litter
- Improving litter law enforcement
- Eliminating dumping illegally
- Reducing roadside litter through responsible covering of vehicle loads.
We awarded the Isle of Wight County Public Works Department a $1000 30 in Thirty grant for their Litter Prevention Project.
We awarded Linwood Holton Elementary School PTA a $750 30 in Thirty grant for their Recycling project, “Doing the Rot Thing.”
We awarded Waste Watchers of the Eastern Shore a $750 30 in Thirty grant for their Beautification project.
We awarded the Town of Richlands a $1,000 30 in Thirty grant for their Cigarette Litter Prevention Project.
We awarded Lynnhaven River NOW, an organization based in Hampton Roads, a $2,000 30 in Thirty grant for their Litter Prevention project.
It is their plan to install a cleanup station at the central location of their tennis courts. This station will educate residents and visitors about the impacts of litter, while also providing the opportunity to put litter in its place, and make a positive impact in the community.
We awarded Friends of Peak Creek (FOPC), an organization based in Pulaski, a $750 30 in Thirty grant for their litter prevention project.