Keep Virginia Beautiful
Latest News The COVID-19 health crisis continues to affect our way of doing just about everything, but we are resilient and creative and know our efforts to Keep Virginia Beautiful are as important as ever. The amount of litter on Virginia's walkways and roadways has dramatically increased due to reduced cleanup events and millions of single use masks and gloves flooding our environment. Cleanups during this time are encouraged and appreciated, however, please keep your distance from others, wear a mask and wash your hands.
Recycling isn’t just about tossing your water bottles in a bin that a service picks up at your curb, or that you take to your local transfer station. There are so many more ways to recycle, and so many more items that can be kept out of the landfill with just a little planning. Those […]
We are fortunate to have a talented Board of Directors for our organization. Two Board members, Kim Hynes, Executive Director of Central Virginia Waste Management Authority, and Tad Phillips, VP Business Development at TFC Recycling, recently presented at the (virtual) Virginia Green Travel Conference. They spoke about the recycling industry and how we need to […]
Thank you to everyone who is participating in our Cleanup Kit Giveaway! It’s good to know that many people care about litter in our landscapes and on our roads. The comments have been encouraging too, when asked to tell why they would like a kit: “We have a date scheduled with our employees of to […]
Volunteering with KVB can take on many forms and is always fun and rewarding!
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Shiver in the River is KVB’s signature event and features a community clean-up, a 5K and the legendary JUMP in the James River. Always the last Saturday of February, registration opens in the Fall.
KVB organizes a community recycling day each Fall and Spring where anyone can drive through and drop off shredding, recycling, electronics, plastic bags, items for Goodwill and FeedMore.
The Great American Cleanup prompts individuals to take greater responsibility for their local environment by conducting grassroots community service projects that engage volunteers, local businesses, and civic leaders.