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Litter Prevention
Litter Ends Here

 

September 2022 News
Volunteer Totals
Volunteer Totals

2,889 lbs in August
37,492 lbs in 2022

Truck Totals
Truck Totals

70,000 lbs in August
425,140 lbs in 2022

WaterGoat Totals
WaterGoat Totals

40 lbs in August
3,060 lbs in 2022


 

Friends of Bald Rock Heritage Preserve Litter Cleanup

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2022
8 AM – 9 AM

A litter cleanup with a view!

Help Friends of Bald Rock Heritage Preserve collect litter left behind after the Labor Day weekend celebrations.

To beat the heat, this is an early morning cleanup and is only an hour long.

All equipment provided.



 

Friends of the Reedy River Fall River Cleanup

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2022
8:30AM – 11:30 AM

Join Friends of the Reedy River as they take to the river to remove trash and unwanted debris from four different sites along the river.

Site check-in will begin at 8:30 am, the cleanup will be 9:00-11:30am.

Then join the after-party to celebrate your hard work.



 

Imagine a Day Without Water Litter Cleanup

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2022
5 PM – 6:15 PM

Join Greer CPW, the City of Greer and Greenville County Litter Ends Here to celebrate 'Imagine a Day Without Water'.

Water quality and drinking water depends on a clean community, so do your part and help us clean up Chick Springs Road in Greer.

All supplies will be provided.



 

Lake Robinson Day Litter Cleanup & More

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2022
10 AM – 3 PM

We are excited to be part of Greer CPW's Lake Robinson Day in November!

Come join us for a day of celebrating Lake Robinson as a drinking water resource. Learning how to protect the lake through litter cleanup, wildlife protection, composting, creating a pollinator garden, and soil testing.

There will be bounce houses, free kayaking, BBQ lunch, Litter Trashes Everyone puppet skit and so much more!



 

Adopt A Road Cleanup Dates
Adopt A Road
Cleanup Dates

The last Adopt a Road cleanup date this year is on Nov 12, 2022.

Next year's clean up schedule:

  • Feb 18, 2023
  • May 20,2023
  • Aug 19, 2023
  • Nov 11,2023



 

Volunteer Safety
Reminder of the Month

Don't handle hazardous material.

Car batteries, discarded syringes, and sharp objects, oh my! Clean around such items, and just make a note in your cleanup report of any hazardous material, so we can make arrangements to have the hazardous items removed.

Remember NEVER do anything that makes you feel unsafe!



 

The Next Generation
The Next Generation

Jack and Jill of America- Greenville Chapter is a group of dedicated mothers, who have made it their mission to raise and empower the next generation of leaders!

This wonderful group has adopted Chick Springs Road and during this quarter's cleanup, they removed a whopping 20 bags of trash off their road!

Thank you so much to these volunteers!



 

Welcome to the Team
Welcome to the Team

Perceptive Recruiting recently joined the Adopt a Road program and they held their first cleanup in late August. We are excited to have them on the team!

We are thankful for businesses that give back to the community in such a positive way! Working together to make Greenville a more beautiful place for us all to work and live!



 

Serving the Community
Serving the Community

Greenville County Section - NCNW proudly serves the community in many ways, one of those ways is through the anti-litter efforts on Fairmont Road in the Gantt area. These faithful volunteers never miss a cleanup date!

During this quarter's Adopt a Road cleanup, they removed several bags of litter is just an hours time!



 

Double Duty
Double Duty

There are a number of volunteer groups in Greenville County that join both the Adopt a Road program (county roads) and the Adopt a Highway program (state roads).

Cliffs Valley is one such group, they have around forty total volunteers and have adopted three county roads and several more state roads!

A HUGE THANK YOU to this wonderful effort!



 

A Community Effort
A Community Effort

Ending litter issues in Greenville County will have to be a community effort! We simply cannot do it with you!

The group pictured here is a local neighborhood that has banded together against litter by maintaining Hewitt Road! We love that even the kids are involved in this effort!!

Great job Jones Hill Crossing!



 

We're Hiring!
We're Hiring!

Join our team. Make Greenville County a more clean and beautiful place for us to all work and live!

  • Use heavy and light equipment to remove loose litter and illegal dumping from the road.
  • Assists with volunteer litter cleanups and events.
  • Assist in Litter Surveillance Program.
  • Enjoy 4 day work weeks and full benefits





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