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Volunteers needed for Great American Cleanup

The Herald – HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program, which involves volunteers

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Grab A Bag, Statewide Cleanup Needs Volunteers

News Radio KDKA 1020 – Pennsylvania is looking for volunteers to help cleanup roadways and streams.  The Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania runs through May 31, and is sponsored by the state transportation and environmental protection departments.  “Each year communities, volunteer organizations, friends, and co-workers come together

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Millions of Volunteers will Transform Public Spaces into Beautiful Places during the Keep America Beautiful Great American Cleanup

Cision PR Newswire – STAMFORD, Conn., March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — It’s the first day of spring, which means it’s time to kick off the annual Keep America Beautiful® Great American Cleanup®, the nation’s largest community improvement program. Through this far-reaching effort, which takes place from March 20 through June 20,

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Pennsylvania seeks volunteers for spring cleanup

The Mercury -PennDOT and Department of Environmental Protection are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program, which involves volunteers cleaning roadsides year-round, are also encouraged to

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PennDOT, DEP Asking For Volunteers For Great American Cleanup Event

KDKA TV – PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31.  “For years, PennDOT has taken an active role in

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Pennsylvania seeks volunteers for spring cleanup

GoErie.com – The Pennsylvania departments of transportation and environmental protection are seeking volunteers for the Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, a campaign of statewide community cleanup activities that runs through May 31. Groups participating in PennDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program, which involves volunteers cleaning roadsides year-round, are encouraged to

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Keep PA Beautiful Engages Nearly 130,000 Volunteers To Remove Over 7.2 Million Pounds Of Trash In 2018

PA Environment Digest –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful and its local affiliates and partners held community improvement events in 2018 engaging 129,632 volunteers to remove over 7.2 million pounds of trash, 2.3 million pounds of electronics waste, recycled or properly disposed of 43,352 tires and attracted $481,400 of in-kind

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E-media recycling to alternate between Mercer, Lawrence counties

The Herald – HERMITAGE – It’s been a few years since VHS tapes were considered the state of the art in home entertainment, but lots of people still have the recordings lying around their houses.  In the Shenango Valley, though, there are more than 200 fewer pounds

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Got a TV, washing machine, refrigerator to throw away? Here’s how you can dump legally in Philly

The Inquirer – What are some barriers to legal dumping for developers, contractors, and haulers? For contractors, getting caught dumping every once in a while can be cheaper than paying to dispose of trash properly, said Robert Dubas, a program coordinator at Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, the state

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City-wide litter sweeps to take place in late April

Sun-Gazette – A city-wide litter cleanup is being scheduled for Earth Day week April 22, city officials said. City Council’s economic revitalization committee Tuesday heard about the plan proposed to be named after the late Richard James, a member of Heart of Williamsport, whose idea was to see

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