Monthly archive for January 2017

Meeting focuses on trash management in region

Altoona Mirror -Hollidaysburg’s American Legion may have seemed a good venue for Thursday’s South Central Counties Boroughs Association meeting, as local leaders have been weighing changes to trash pickups. But waste management experts in attendance weren’t speaking solely to Hollidaysburg Borough Council members. Instead, they aimed to […]

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Keep PA Beautiful Affiliates From 5 Counties Attend National Conference

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and their affiliates; Keep Erie County Beautiful, Keep Philadelphia Beautiful, Westmoreland Cleanways and Recycling, Keep York Beautiful and Chester Environmental Partnership currently in process of forming a local affiliate, attended the Keep America Beautiful National Conference in Washington D.C. this […]

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Keep PA Beautiful Affiliates From Erie, Delaware, Philadelphia, Westmoreland, York Counties Attend National Conference

PA Environment Digest Blog – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and their affiliates; Keep Erie County Beautiful, Keep Philadelphia Beautiful, Westmoreland Cleanways and Recycling, Keep York Beautiful and Chester Environmental Partnership currently in process of forming a local affiliate, attended the Keep America Beautiful National Conference in Washington D.C. […]

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Keep PA Beautiful urges adoption of local roads, parks, other areas to fight litter

The Progress – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites local residents, organizations, civic groups, and businesses to join programs to adopt local areas, such as municipal roads, communities, parks, neighborhood blocks, greenways, waterways and trails to keep them litter free. In Allegheny County, James Sharp Landing was recently adopted […]

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Keep PA Beautiful Urges Adoption Of Local Roads, Parks, Other Areas To Fight Litter

PA Environment Digest Blog –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites local residents, organizations, civic groups, and businesses to join programs to adopt local areas, such as municipal roads, communities, parks, neighborhood blocks, greenways, waterways and trails to keep them litter free. In Allegheny County, James Sharp Landing was recently […]

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Registration Opens For 2017 Great American Cleanup Of PA Jan. 15

PA Environment Digest Blog –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful will begin accepting cleanup event registrations for the 2017 Great American Cleanup of PA on January 15.  The event runs from March 1 through May 31.Groups registered for the Great American Cleanup of PA will can get free trash bags, […]

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Keep PA Beautiful Encourages Colleges, Universities To Participate In RecycleMania

PA Environment Digest –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is encouraging colleges and universities in Pennsylvania to participate in the RecycleMania competition.  The deadline to register is February 3. Sponsored by Keep America Beautiful, RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote […]

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Keep PA Beautiful Encourages Colleges, Universities To Participate In RecycleMania

PA Environmental Digest –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is encouraging colleges and universities in Pennsylvania to participate in the RecycleMania competition.  The deadline to register is February 3.  Sponsored by Keep America Beautiful, RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote […]

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COMMITMENT TO CLEAN

Titusville Herald – VENANGO COUNTY — Titusville area resident Dan Foley volunteers his time picking up trash along Petroleum Center Road, and he has been keeping two miles of the road clean for 25 years through PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program. “My brother, Shawn, and I started it 25 […]

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International Coastal Cleanup: 14,000 PA Volunteers Clean Up 860,000 Pounds Of Trash

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Wednesday announced nearly 14,000 volunteers cleaned up over 860,000 pounds of trash in Pennsylvania during the 2016 International Coastal Cleanup in September and October. The top five types of trash, documented by volunteers, included: Cigarette Butts – 20,562; Food Wrappers […]

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