- Reducing cigarette litter
- Reducing plastic bag litter
- Improving litter law enforcement
- Eliminating dumping illegally
- Reducing roadside litter through responsible covering of vehicle loads.
In an effort to increase awareness of the park’s recycling program, grant funds will be used to purchase recycling bins and lumber to create a centralized waste disposal station.
Pennington Partners plan to place five cigarette disposal receptacles along the sidewalks downtown, as well as ten receptacles along the new walking trail, “The Greenway.”
Virginia Capital Trail Foundation, in Richmond, has been awarded a 30 in Thirty Green Grant of $750 for its Litter Prevention project.
Today, Virginia State University (VSU) has been awarded a 30 in Thirty Green Grant of $1,000 for their Cigarette Litter Prevention Program.
Frederick County Recycling in Winchester has been awarded a 30 in Thirty Green Grant of $750 for its Recycling project.
The Rappahannock Group Sierra Club in Fredericksburg has won a 30 in Thirty Green Grant of $1000 for their Litter Prevention proposal.
We are awarding our annual “30 in Thirty Green Grants” daily during the month of June. Deep Creek Middle School has been awarded a grant of $1000 as today’s winner in the Litter Prevention category.