Keep Collier Beautiful – Naples, FL

The City of Naples, Florida observes Earth Day — in a big way — by hosting an Electronics Recycling Event & Free Secure Document Shredding at the Solid Waste old location. The event is held to save natural resources, landfill space and money. By partnering Goodwill Industries, residents in Naples & Collier County are given the opportunity to REDUCE, REUSE, & REPURPOSE unwanted electronics. This goes hand-in-hand with the State’s Drive it Home KOPLF.

There were an estimated 150+ vehicles dropping off electronics & items for shredding (vehicles will be counted at next event.)

Please take a look at our video!

Keep Guntersville Beautiful, AL

The Keep Guntersville Beautiful (KGB) station at the annual GES Earth Day Festival was literally, “jumping” this morning as 471 students decided to, “Take a Shot at Recycling.” The KGB staff and volunteers spoke with students about the impact of solid waste on the environment. Students offered creative suggestions for ways of “giving their recycling another life.”

4 Ways to Give the Earth Some Love on Earth Day

Earth day is here! So how can you get involved and do your part? A great way to take care of the earth is to recycle more and recycle right. If you’re already an accurate and avid recycler, we need your help to recruit and inspire others.

Please choose an action below that is right for you and help take care of our beautiful planet. Happy Earth Day!

1. Put a recycling bin in your bathroom.

Nearly half of Americans are not recycling their plastic personal care products so closing the loop here will make a big difference. Placing a recycling bin in or near your bathroom will help you remember to recycle right. Once you have a bin in your bathroom, share a pic of your good work on social media with #BeRecycled to inspire others.

2. Make a video about how you give your garbage another life.

Are you a crafty recycler that knows how to do things like turn a car tire into a planter? Enter our ZOOPPA video contest to inspire others with your great recycling ideas. Find out more about how to enter and available prizes here:

3. Spread the word by sharing our new ad on Facebook or Twitter.

Help spread fun recycling ideas through our new PSA starring Eva and Tess from Vevo’s Do It Your Selfie. They show us how you can give everyday household items a new life by turning some old t-shirts into a rug.

4. Show us recycling in action by taking a selfie and using the hashtag #BeRecycled!

Show people how you recycle by taking a recycling selfie and sharing it on Facebook and Twitter! Use the hashtag #BeRecycled so we can feature you on the KAB social channels. If you share an image, you will receive an Instacart $5 off + free delivery code!

Keep Dorchester County Beautiful, Dorchester South Carolina

The Church of Jesus of Latter-Day Saints partnered with Keep Dorchester County Beautiful for the “Day of Caring” on April 16. The Church of Jesus of Latter-Day Saints used GLAD Bags to pick up picked up 1,780 pounds of trash around a park in the Town of Summerville.
The force-Flex bags are just awesome! We can pickup the bags with no breakage or tearing of the bags. It makes it easy to dispose of the trash!
Thank you!

Keep Stockwell Beautiful, Inc Stockwell, IN

Sungro Horticulture in Quincy, Michigan donates 48 bags of professional growing mix to Keep Stockwell Beautiful, Inc. This mix will be used to fill new brick flower boxes in town. The mix will be used for the new butterfly area in the James Cole Outdoor Education Center.

Sungro has been an active support organization for KSB. There growing mix has insured the beauty of our flowers and plants throughout town.

Pictured left to right is Kyle Leosh, production supervisor, Kris Ziller, KSB Chair and Dan Johnson plant manager.


Keep Stockwell Beautiful, Inc. Stockwell, In

A beautiful spring day in Stockwell provides lots of opportunities for volunteers to help with the James Cole Outdoor Education Center Cleanup. This five acre facility offers a pond, wetlands, butterfly garden, rain garden, bio swale, windmill, bat house and the list goes on! Volunteers gather twice a year to prep the facility for the beginning of spring and the start of fall. Last year hundreds of students and parents took advantage of this beautiful diamond in the rough.


Keep Moore County Beautiful Cleanup effort helps “Lost City” Neighborhood

Eastman Road, which runs off West Pennsylvania Avenue Extension, goes through an area known as Lost city with dilapidated, abandoned homes on overgrown lots. Because of its hidden remote location, it is mostly an illegal dumping ground consisting of household trash, hundreds of old tires, construction debris, a few old appliances and other junk. In the month of April , a number of county, town and state agencies moved in and took action to clean up this area, along with our Executive Director for Keep Moore County Beautiful, Chad Beane.

Because of the huge undertaking with the amount of material and the kind of material, it was too much for KMCB board members, staff and volunteers to handle. So the county and Keep Moore County Beautiful marshaled the forces of an inmate crew from the Sherriff’s Department led by Sheriff Neil Godfrey and some heavy equipment from the NC Department of Transportation to place large piles of debris into dumpsters. This clean up took (3) days of hard work.
We collected (3) dumpster of trash and debris along with 83 tires.

Keep Stockwell Beautiful, Inc Stockwell, IN

The community of Stockwell and surrounding communities love our Bulky Trash and Tire collection.  Local farmers are able to dispose of Tractor and Semi tires for a nominal fee.  This helps reduce the amount of tires “laying around or local farms.”  Leifler Tire company recycles 80-90% of the tires using them for cow bedding, highway barrels and playground mulch.