Monthly archive for February 2019

Community Groups Large & Small Can Participate In The Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful 15th Annual Great American Cleanup Of PA

PA Environment Digest Blog –  Cleaning up your neighborhood is one of the best investments you can make and the 15th Annual Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Great American Cleanup of PA can help get you started. Whether you have vacant lots plagued with debris, natural areas that are

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Community Groups Large and Small Can Participate in the Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful 15th Annual Great American Cleanup of PA

(February 14, 2019) – Cleaning up your neighborhood is one of the best investments you can make. Whether you have vacant lots plagued with debris, natural areas that are illegally dumped on or litter scattered and blown from other sources, any neighborhood can be lifted up by

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Groups Put Keep PA Beautiful, Anheuser-Busch Mini-Watershed Grants To Good Use

PA Environment Digest – On February 6, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, Keep America Beautiful and Anheuser Busch announced the award of 20 mini-grants of up to $500 each to groups in 16 counties to support  volunteer initiatives ranging from river cleanups to invasive species removal. Pennsylvania grant recipients used the

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Mini-Grants Improved Watersheds throughout Pennsylvania with funding from Keep America Beautiful and Anheuser-Busch

(February 5, 2019) – With a grant awarded to Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful from Keep America Beautiful and Anheuser Busch, the nonprofit offered twenty mini-grants of up to $500 each to groups throughout Pennsylvania for volunteer initiatives ranging from river cleanups to invasive species removal, all designed to

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Local Keep PA Beautiful Affiliates Collect 2.2 Million Pounds Of Electronics, 17,000 Tires, And More During 2018

PA Environment Digest – On January 30, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful announced local affiliates collected a combined total of over 2.2 million pounds of electronics, 17,293 tires, 950 appliances and 21,434 pounds of household hazardous waste from local residents, emphasizing the continued need for disposal options for hard to dispose items.

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