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Litter Prevention
Litter Ends Here


October 2022 News
Volunteer Totals
Volunteer Totals

1,959 lbs in September
39,451 lbs in 2022

Truck Totals
Truck Totals

46,040 lbs in September
471,180 lbs in 2022

WaterGoat Totals
WaterGoat Totals

40 lbs in September
3,100 lbs in 2022


Imagine a Day Without Water Litter Cleanup

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'.

Help us clean up Chick Springs Road in Greer.

All supplies will be provided.


Lake Robinson Day Litter Cleanup & More

10 AM – 3 PM

Come join us for a day of celebrating Lake Robinson with Greer CPW's Lake Robinson Day. Learn 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!


Volunteer Safety
Reminder of the Month

Litter pickups are prohibited before sunrise and after sunset.

Autumn means cooler weather, but it also means shorter days which is why it's important to remember that you must do all litter cleanup during daylight hours.

Remember NEVER do anything that makes you feel unsafe!


Friends of the Reedy River Fall River Cleanup
Friends of the Reedy River Fall Cleanup

More than 200 volunteers came out for the Friends of the Reedy River Fall Cleanup! These dedicated volunteers ventured into the water to remove trash Reedy River in Greenville.


Imagine a Day Without Water Litter Cleanup
ReWa Litter Cleanup

The employees at Renewable Water Resources got their feet wet and held a river litter cleanup day in September! This year they removed 2,040lbs of trash and 23 tires from sections of the Reedy River and Brushy Creek.


Welcome To The Team
Welcome to the Team

Thank you to the North Greenville Democrats for adopting McCauley Road! They held their first volunteer cleanup over the weekend and removed an estimated 100lbs of litter!

If you would like to Adopt a Road to clean four times a year contact Summer Gagnon.


Adopt A Road Cleanup Dates
Friends of Lake Robinson

Can we get a round of applause for the Friends of Lake Robinson for their incredible litter cleanup this weekend?

This group of volunteers removed a remarkable 17 bags of litter from around Lake Robinson! Removing trash from our environment before it has a chance to enter the lake is very important to the health and well-being of our drinking water!

Thank you for making an impact on our drinking water!


Volunteer Safety Reminder of the Month
Carolina Moon Realty, LLC

Thank you to Carolina Moon Realty, LLC for being such active members of the Adopt a Road program!

They joined the program just over a year ago when they adopted two roads in the north Greenville area. These wonderful volunteers have removed an estimated 700lbs of litter from these two roads over the course of this year!

Amazing work!


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