- Establishing stronger, consensus based goals for recycling in Virginia
- Building stronger markets for recycled materials in Virginia
- Expanding and improving recycling in schools.
- Establishing more “on the go” recycling options at special events and public venues
The Montpelier Foundation wants to have a recycling option for the thousands of people that visit the home of James Madison.
The goal of TWP – The Youth Movement is to develop a safe, welcoming neighborhood garden space for art, entertainment and learning in the area with Norfolk’s highest concentration of low income public housing.
Their program will launch the Girl Scouts’ Green Team campaign to educate both the GSCCC staff and Girl Scouts about the critical connection between recycling and the environment.
King George County plans to host a Community Clean-up Event, comprised of five teams of volunteers that will clean up portions of five arterial routes in the county.
SCRAP is a nonprofit donation-based creative reuse store and donation center in Richmond.
The Activities Committee has participated in river cleanup efforts with the DCR since 2000.
The City’s current residential recycling rate is about 25-30 percent. They would like to raise that rate to a consistent forty percent.