To engage and unite Virginians to improve our natural and scenic environment.

Waste Reduction


  • 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
Newport News Gets Down & Dirty with 30 in Thirty

Our Common Home Environmental Alliance has been awarded a grant of $1,000 in the Litter Prevention category.

Fredericksburg Group Applauds 30 in Thirty

Celebrate Virginia has been awarded a 30 in Thirty Grant of $500 in the Cigarette Litter Prevention category.

Bristol Wins 30 in Thirty

Keep Bristol Beautiful strives to beautify their city through planting trees and flowers, and by bringing community members together to work on projects.

Verona School Wins 30 in Thirty

Verona Elementary School has been awarded a 30 in Thirty grant of $500 in the Recycling category.

Staunton Group Snares 30 in Thirty

329 Green Street is a group in Staunton who plan to turn a vacant, former dumping ground into a shining example of permaculture design.

Flint Hill School Grabs 30 in Thirty

Wakefield Country Day School has been awarded a grant of $500 in the Recycling category.

Covington Group gets 30 in Thirty for Recycling

Funds provided by Keep Virginia Beautiful from this 30 in Thirty grant will be used for supplies, transporting fees, promotion, and other expenses involved in the two E-cycle events.