- 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
We knew that our cleanup with askHRgreen was a huge success, but seeing all of these pictures took our breath away.
Some friends recently shared a Beautiful Act on our Get Caught page, but their pictures don’t really tell the full story – and it’s a beautiful one. The Miller Heights Neighborhood Association adopted Miller Heights Road in Oakton, Virginia.
March 20th was officially the first day of Spring, and also the kickoff for the annual Great American Cleanup. We used that joyous occasion to accept our own #TrashTag Challenge.
Did you make some New Years Resolutions? Friends, Shiver in the River is an opportunity to keep those promises.
Each year, we award between thirty and 35 Green Grants to groups, schools, and organizations that share our mission to keep Virginia beautiful. SCRAP RVA was one such recipient.
Each year, we’re able to give out a ton of Green Grants to groups and organizations across the Commonwealth for projects that align with our mission to keep Virginia beautiful. The Green Grant for the Town of Kilmarnock was one such award.
We love a good outdoor event and we love good music. But your attendance should be like a walk in the mountains. Take nothing but pictures and memories and leave nothing but footprints.