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Great American Cleanup Photo Highlights 2017-06-19T07:23:31+00:00

 

 

Local Great America Cleanups Removed Over 21 Tons of Litter from Blackstone Valley.

View sample photos from several communities below.  To view our full photo catalog from 2017, click here.

North Smithfield

Students in North Smithfield, Will & Theo Bazin, take a look at how litter harms a community and encourages people to come and volunteer at North Smithfield’s annual Clean & Green Day.

Scouts and family are busy cleaning on Industrial Drive, North Smithfield

Kids get ready to help at North Smithfield Clean & Green Day.

Smithfield

Brownie Girl Scouts from Smithfield decorate flower pots.

Smithfield volunteers are ready to help clean their park with litter pickers in hand

Burrillville

 
Town of Burrillville girls did a great job bagging litter. Bright yellow shirts are supplied at Burrillville’s Earth Day event.

Pawtucket

Pawtucket beautifying a local garden.

Some “treasures” found during City Wide Clean-up in Pawtucket.

 Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup is the nation’s largest community improvement program that takes place in more than 20,000 U.S. communities each year.

KBVB is making a difference.

Keep Blackstone Valley Beautiful supports Earth Day events here in our local communities.  Our 2017 results were fantastic.

Last year alone, over 900 volunteers were able to remove over 20.28 tons, or 40,560 pounds of litter from over 95 miles of town roads, 3 miles along river banks and lakes, and 19 public parks. This was completed in 20 hours of our events, demonstrating we can make a huge difference when we all come together.