- Establishing more convenient and responsible recycling and disposal options for electronics and household hazardous waste
- Improving options for recycling organic waste such as yard trimmings and food scraps
- Promoting the reduction of construction and demolition waste
Keeping our Commonwealth beautiful makes good economic sense. People visiting parks in Virginia kicked in $21.2 Billion in spending.
We don’t know about you, but we had a pretty good 2013. There is still much to do to Keep Virginia Beautiful, and we continue to look to you for support, both in your acts and with your continued donations.
We’ve brought back our Keep Virginia Beautiful Awards. See who got Caught in a Beautiful Act.
The good news? Virginians recycled 41.5% of their stuff in 2012. Bad? That’s down from 2011.
It’s always a highlight of our year, and an honor to help these groups, all of whom help our mission.
Churchill Road Elementary wins our final Thirty in 30 Grant Award of 2013 in an effort to perhaps become Virginia’s 1st zero-waste school
The Tidewater Soil & Water Conservation District in Gloucester will use their Thirty in 30 Award to educate people and reduce battery waste.