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

Waste Reduction

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  • 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
Waste Watchers of the Eastern Shore Signs In!

Trash Talk, an occasional column about garbage by Jenny OʼNeill A Sign of the Times Have you seen the signs sprouting up in parking lots along the Shore? Look for them and pass the word to your friends and neighbors. This summer is Bring Your Own Bag season on the Eastern Shore. Waste Watchers is […]

RICHMOND RECYCLES DAY – Nov 15th

On Tuesday November 15th, Keep Virginia Beautiful (KVB) is joining thousands of local organizers holding recycling events across the country to celebrate America Recycles Day, the only nationally recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States.

Going Back Green!

This week’s blog is from excited student Jessica Casey! Doing Her part to Keep Virginia Beautiful!

So What Are You Waiting For?

Look at our mission statement. “Whether you have five minutes or five hours.” That’s all it takes to Keep Virginia Beautiful.

Your School is Greener. How ‘Bout You?

As we kick through August and start gearing up to go back to school we wanted to give some thought to how YOU can be green at school.

The Greenest Brick is the One Already In The Wall

New Home Construction is touted as a key economic indicator but the Greenest Brick is already in the wall.

Henrico Initiating Eco-Friendly Schools

Two of Henrico County’s newest school buildings have acquired LEED certification at the gold and silver level. These new schools, Glen Allen High School and Holman Middle School, are located in central Virginia.