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A leading national nonprofit, Keep America Beautiful® envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green, and beautiful place to live.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful 17h
Zero waste can sound like a daunting effort – but steps to reducing your waste can make a big difference. Instead of buying food on the go, take a tip from @tiny.trash.can & bring food in a reusable container. What steps do you take to be zero waste?
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 18
In 2018, our volunteers contributed more than 12 MILLION hours of hard work to keep their communities clean, green and beautiful. Make an impact by becoming a volunteer in your community. 📷:
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 17
The EnergyBag program has proven that hard-to-recycle plastics can be collected curbside & converted into valuable new resources. We're joining with to award grants for organizations to bring this concept to communities. Apply now:
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 16
We collected over 24 MILLION pounds of litter & debris during the 2018 Great American Cleanup. That’s the weight of about 20 Airbus A380 aircrafts! Join us through the end of spring & help beautify your community! Visit our website for more info. 📷:
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 16
Thank you to for partnering with to in the local community!
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 15
This is a good reminder for college students to dispose of items properly when moving out. Items like paper, clothing and electronics are recyclable! Always check locally.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 15
Litter is both the smallest and biggest problem. Say YES to joining our movement as we work to end litter! Click to find an affiliate near you: 📷:
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Keep Charlotte Beautiful May 15
By creating useful products out of recycled paper, we save energy and prevent the need to make paper from virgin wood. 🌳📝♻️ Keep America Beautiful
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 15
Replying to @SpecNews1SoCal
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Great American Cleanup!
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 15
We are joining with – a new national sponsor of our 2019 – and to bring a series of cleanup events to communities across Massachusetts! Learn how you can get involved and help here:
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 14
: Don’t bag it. Recyclables should be loose in the bin. You can collect items in a bag, empty in the bin, then reuse the bag! Reminder: Plastic bags don’t go in curbside bins – bring to local retail or grocery stores for recycling. 📷:Stella Roberts Recycling Center
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 14
Replying to @ryans_recycling
We are so proud of your efforts, Ryan! Keep up the good work!
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 13
Thank you for helping us make our country a cleaner, greener and more beautiful place!
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 12
Chip bags – often made of a variety of layers – complicate the recycling process. Check out this article to see how you can keep these bags out of landfills – and feel better about your chip habit.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 11
Don’t forget about this ! Instead of buying your mom more flowers, make a donation in her name to . Your support will help us transform public spaces into beautiful places - a gift that keeps on giving.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 10
During last year’s Great American Cleanup, we cleaned and improved more than 21,000 public spaces. Want to make a difference in your community? Click here for 19 easy ways you can !
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Justine Bellor May 9
Haley Lowry talks about the potential for Hefty EnergyBag to reach 100,000 more households this year.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 10
Replying to @ChetPHewitt
Thank you for your support!
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 9
We are excited to award 50 Cigarette Litter Prevention Program grants to community-based affiliates and partner organizations, designed to help communities combat the most commonly littered item in America.
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KeepAmericaBeautiful May 9
Replying to @Melscience @KpwbOrg
Thank you for working to keep your community clean, green and beautiful!
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