- 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
Churchill Road Elementary wins our final Thirty in 30 Grant Award of 2013 in an effort to perhaps become Virginia’s 1st zero-waste school
The Tidewater Soil & Water Conservation District in Gloucester will use their Thirty in 30 Award to educate people and reduce battery waste.
Pine Springs Elementary in Falls Church has a two-pronged approach to recycling with their Grant award.
Gloucester County is using their Grant Award to fight cigarette litter in their treasure – Beaverdam Park.
The Buckroe Improvement League will use a Thirty in 30 Grant Award to fight cigarette litter by distributing pamphlets & pocket ashtrays.
The Orange County High School Angler’s Club wins a $500 Thirty in 30 Recycling Grant for a program to recycle fishing line and lures.
Their award will go towards beginning the first ever recycling program in the town of Troutdale.