- Reducing cigarette litter
- Reducing plastic bag litter
- Improving litter law enforcement
- Eliminating dumping illegally
- Reducing roadside litter through responsible covering of vehicle loads.
Washington Henry Elementary School has been awarded a $1K grant for Plastic Bag Recycling. WHES is a bright “green” spot in Hanover County and has been the starting point for many “green” projects, initiatives, and events.
Staunton River State Park wants to become the leader in a clean, healthy, and beautiful Virginia park system and the first step is starting a comprehensive cigarette litter prevention campaign.
The Clean Fairfax Council has been awarded a $1,000 grant in the Plastic Bag Recycling Category. The Clean Fairfax Council (CFC) will use the grant funds to create an annual Plastic Bag Recycling Day and Contest to coincide with their Harvest Festival.
The Friends of Norfolk’s Environment will be launching a new cigarette litter prevention campaign in the busy residential, business, restaurant and boutique district of Historic Ghent.
bags are one of the top sources of litter in the greater Roanoke Valley which includes the City of Roanoke, County of Roanoke, Town of Vinton, and the City of Salem. In recent months, the Clean Valley Council (CVC) was asked to step in and help solve the plastic bag litter issue…
Radford University will initiate a comprehensive Cigarette Litter Prevention and Education Campaign for their students and faculty with the grant monies provided. This initiative will promote both health awareness and better waste management practices of cigarettes on the Radford University campus.
The City of Manassas and 1 By Youth are partnering up to revitalize the Point of Wood Neighborhood. With the help of over 1500 volunteers they intend to use the grant to create a huge 3 acre sustainable community garden for the residents of Point of Woods.