Monthly archive for August 2017

International Coastal Cleanup Begins September 1

(August 30, 2017) – The International Coastal Cleanup, the world’s largest volunteer effort aimed at improving the health of our oceans, begins on September 1. This global initiative aims to prevent trash from entering our waterways. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful coordinates the effort in Pennsylvania. Read Entire Press

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Keep PA Beautiful Encourages PA Schools To Participate In Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl

PA Environment Digest Blog –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is encouraging Pennsylvania schools to get their students involved in Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl, the national competition designed to invigorate students in grades K-12 to participate in recycling. The objectives of the competition include: new recycling programs established within schools,

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Keep PA Beautiful Encourages PA Schools To Participate In Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl

PA Environment Digest – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is encouraging Pennsylvania schools to get their students involved in Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl, the national competition designed to invigorate students in grades K-12 to participate in recycling. The objectives of the competition include: new recycling programs established within schools,

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Encourages Pennsylvania Schools to Participate in Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl

(August 22, 2017) – Registration is open for the 2017 Recycle-Bowl. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is encouraging educators in Pennsylvania to get their students involved in Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl competition. Recycle-Bowl is a program designed to invigorate student participation in recycling through a national K-12 recycling competition.

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Juniata River cleanup rescheduled … again

Perry County Times -For the second straight week, rain flooded out plans for Keep Perry County Beautiful (KPCB) volunteers to conduct a half-day Juniata River cleanup. The event now is set for Saturday, Aug. 26. “I regret to inform you that the condition of the river is

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