Press Releases

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Reports 488,135 Pounds of Trash and Tires Removed during the Fall 2019 PICK UP PENNSYLVANIA

(February 12, 2020) – During the fall 2019 PICK UP PENNSYLVANIA initiative, supporting the International Coastal Cleanup, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful worked with local groups and organizations to mobilize 12,610 volunteers who coordinated 382 events across Pennsylvania. Organized groups, civic organizations, families and friends canvassed their communities to

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Recognizes Outstanding 2019 Volunteers

(January 21, 2020) – Each year, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, a statewide nonprofit whose vision is a clean and beautiful Pennsylvania, provides an opportunity for their affiliates to recognize the outstanding efforts of local volunteers for their dedication, commitment and exceptional contributions to keeping Pennsylvania beautiful. Read Entire

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Affiliates Recycle Over 2 million Pounds of Electronics and 21,000 Tires by Hosting Special Collections in 2019

(January 9, 2020) – Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s (KPB) affiliate network offers annual special collections to seek to eliminate illegal dumping and littering of tires and other hard to dispose items in local communities across Pennsylvania. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful affiliates, which are county and municipal based, collected a

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Community Improvement Projects Completed with the help of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Fresh Paint Days Program Grants

(December 19, 2019) – This fall, Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, in partnership with BEHR and The Home Depot Foundation, awarded eight community groups with paint and painting supplies enabling them to renew a community structure in need. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful received applications from a wide variety of community

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful in Partnership with DEP and PennDOT Announce Statewide Initiative to Reduce Littering

(November 14, 2019) –Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, today announced in partnership with the Pennsylvania Departments of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Transportation (PennDOT), an initiative to reduce littering in Pennsylvania. The results of the first statewide study on litter in over 20 years were presented at a meeting at

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