Companies that partner with KPB are provided affordable and dependable disposal of the following recyclable materials: glass, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, paper and cardboard through Green Team Recycling. We are asking you to consider incorporation recycling into your business. Recycling is the responsible thing to do!
For more information on how you can join by reducing waste in your company you can call the KPB office at 706-253-3600 or visit our web-site at www.keeppickensbeautiful.org – programs, business recycling.
Pictured left ����� Sharon Harp from Keep Pickens Beautiful, Center is Kayla Howard, Pickens County High School Dragonette, Right is Principal Eddie McDonald.���� Not pictured is Ann Wall Assistant girls softball coach
Keep Pickens Beautiful donated a steel drum recycling bin to the Pickens County High School Dragonettes. The barrel will be used during their softball games to collect and recycle water bottles. Ann Wall assistant girls softball coach and environmental leader at the school encourages recycling in all aspects atPickensHigh School.
Keep Pickens Beautiful would like to thank Ann Wall for all her dedication to recycling at the High School. For more information on how you can join KPB recycling incentives, you can all the KPB office at 706-253-3600 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 until 2:00 or visit the web-site at www.keeppickensbeautiful.org.
Pictured, Center ��� Sharon Harp, KPB Recycling Chair, Debbie Rooker, of Burnt Mountain Center and individuals from Burnt Mountain Center shelter workshop day program.
Keep Pickens Beautiful is please to award the Burnt Mountain Center the Business Recycling Award for their continued efforts in recycling. The Center recycles their plastic bottles, aluminum cans, paper and cardboard on a weekly basis.�� The Center encourages staff and individuals to go green and stay green.