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Keep America Beautiful

  • Keep America Beautiful unveils results of national consumer recycling survey

    While the majority of consumers believe many of the issues related to recycling have improved since the 1970s, such as ease of recycling and the amount of waste that is recycled, most consumers feel the amount of waste in landfills and oceans is worse, according to the first “Consumer Tracker Recycling Survey,” released by national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful and Natural Marketing Institute, a national market research firm.

  • America Recycles Day – How can you get involved?

    America Recycles Day (ARD) has been the only nationally-recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the U.S. since 1997.

  • Keep America Beautiful opens application period for 2016 Coca-Cola Public Space Recycling Bin Grant

    Keep America Beautiful and The Coca-Cola Foundation opened the application period for the 2016 Coca-Cola Public Space Recycling Bin Grant Program.

  • 2016 Recycle-Bowl launched

    As students, teachers, administrators and staff prepare to head back to school, national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful (KAB) plans to promote recycling in schools across the nation with the launch of its 6th Annual Keep America Beautiful Recycle-Bowl. Registration is open for the fall recycling competition at

  • 2016 Great American Cleanup launched

    Keep America Beautiful launched the 2016 Great American Cleanup. Entering its 18th year, the Great American Cleanup is the country’s largest community improvement program.

  • Keep America Beautiful spotlights recycling

    Keep America Beautiful, the national nonprofit, is ramping up its year long efforts to increase participation in recycling by helping people across the country better understand how to recycle more and recycle right at home, at school, at work and on-the-go.

  • ‘I Want To Be Recycled’ campaign launched

    Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and the Ad Council revealed that the City of Austin, Texas is the first city to partner in the “I Want To Be Recycled” multimedia public service advertising campaign.