Monthly archive for August 2018

PA CleanWays, Vector Control Of Cumberland County Hold Tire Collection Sept. 29

PA Environment Digest – PA CleanWays of Cumberland County, in partnership with Cumberland County Vector Control, will host a tire collection for county residents September 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the East Pennsboro Township Public Works, 645 Tower Road in Enola. The groups are seeking to eliminate

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PA CleanWays, Vector Control Of Cumberland County Hold Tire Collection Sept. 29

PA Environment Digest Blog – PA CleanWays of Cumberland County, in partnership with Cumberland County Vector Control, will host a tire collection for county residents September 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the East Pennsboro Township Public Works, 645 Tower Road in Enola. The groups are

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PA CleanWays of Cumberland County, in partnership with Cumberland County Vector Control, will Hold Tire Collection on September 29th

(August 21, 2018) – PA CleanWays of Cumberland County, in partnership with Cumberland County Vector Control, will host a tire collection for County residents. The local group is seeking to eliminate illegal dumping and littering of tires in the county by providing a convenient and affordable alternative.

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Allegheny County has a massive illegal dump problem. Could $1 million solve this problem for good?

Public Source – In a cul-de-sac in Homewood recently, Al Chernov and Dani Kramer were tossing various kinds of trash into garbage bins. Couch cushions, a scale, paint cans. Suddenly, Kramer shouted, “Needles!” Whenever the pair finds a hypodermic needle, they usually don’t just find one; they find

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Cumberland County to collect used tires

The Sentinel – Cumberland County residents can dispose of car and truck tires at a collection event Sept. 29 in East Pennsboro Township. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required for the event, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the township public works facility,

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Attention Teachers! Keep PA Beautiful Invites Schools To Participate In Litter Free School Zone Program

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites all educators to check out their Litter Free School Zone Program for the coming school year. This comprehensive program encourages young people to play an active role in protecting and improving our environment through recycling, litter awareness, and community stewardship. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful

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Attention All Pennsylvania Teachers – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Invites Schools to Participate in their Litter Free School Zone Program

(August 8, 2018) Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites all educators to check out their Litter Free School Zone program, a comprehensive program that encourages young people to play an active role in protecting and improving our environment through recycling, litter awareness, and community stewardship. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful provides

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Trash Travels: Join Keep PA Beautiful For International Coastal Cleanup To Keep Our Waterways Clean

PA Environment Digest Blog – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites residents, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup, as part of the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup.   KPB is proud to coordinate this effort in Pennsylvania. “Our goal this year is to increase participation

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Trash Travels – Join Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful for the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup to Keep Our Waterways Clean

(August 1, 2018) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites Pennsylvania residents, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup, as part of the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC).  Anyone who enjoys Pennsylvania’s waterways recreationally or cares about our local ecology can and should

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Trash Travels: Join Keep PA Beautiful For International Coastal Cleanup To Keep Our Waterways Clean

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites residents, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup, as part of the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup.   KPB is proud to coordinate this effort in Pennsylvania. “Our goal this year is to increase participation throughout the state.

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