We are a 501 (c)(3) non-profit environmental organization located in Greenville, Texas - 50 miles east of Dallas. Keep Greenville Beautiful enhances the City of Greenville and surrounding communities through clean-up events, educational activities, and beautification projects. We also host an annual Spring Home and Garden Show in Greenville's beautiful and conveniently located Fletcher Warren Civic Center.
Keep Greenville Beautiful is managed by an all volunteer Board and a paid Executive Director. The organization is funded by grants and tax deductible donations. If you would like to make a donation or become a part of this dynamic and growing organization, please contact us today.
CURRENT EVENTS: A HeART for the Arts - February 8, 2014. Greenville Home and Garden Show - March 8, 2014 Click on the images below for more information.
Home and Garden Show, March 8, 2014. Click on image for Vendor Application
A HeArt for the Arts Gala - February 8, 2014. Click Image For More Information
Garbage, Recycling, and Hazardous Waste
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Greenville residents can now use the convenient 24 hour drop-off recycle bin, located on the corner of Washington and Bois d'Arc Streets
Drop-Off Recycling - Located on the corner of Washington and Bois 'dArc Streets in Downtown Greenville
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What is Recycling?
Recycling is the process of taking a product at the end of its useful life and using all or part of it to make another product. The internationally recognized symbol for recycling includes three arrows moving in a triangle. Each arrow represents a different part of the recycling process, from collection to re-manufacture to resale. Examples of products that contain the symbol are plastic bottles (usually on the bottom) and cardboard boxes. Even if a product doesn't contain the recycling symbol, it may still be recyclable.
If you live in the City of Greenville or surrounding area, the following items can be recycled. It is not necessary to sort recycled items. Aluminum (no aerosol cans or aluminum foil) Plastics 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7 (no plastic bags or styrofoam) Glass Paper, shredded paper, and junk mail Tin and steel (no paint cans) Milk jugs Cardboard Newspaper, magazines, and phone books Recycling is a simple way that you can help the environment and preserve natural resources. Get involved today. To obtain a recycling bin or cart, or for recycle pickup days and city routes, visit the IESI website link on this page.