Contest challenges students to submit proposals for a program confronting the large amount of trash surrounding public bus stops. All high school students in Prince William County are encouraged to enter. There will be a $500 cash prize and PRTC prize pack awarded to the winning individual or group.
Help us effect positive change in our community! With your support, we can continue to fight for a more beautiful Prince William through litter removal and prevention, community beautification and environmental education.More info »
Looking for an opportunity to help your community? Do you have skills that you think KPWB could use? Just give us a call and we’ll find the perfect fit for your skills and interests!More info »
Organizations in our community have partnered to provide the most information possible on how to prevent litter, the laws regarding litter and opportunities to abate litter from our community.
Have you ever seen litter in Prince William County? Unfortunately, the answer is probably yes. Would you like to do something to help? Our Adopt-a-Spot Program is the perfect solution!
Community clean ups are a great way to meet like-minded people and make new friends without having to sign up for the latest social networking site. And after introducing yourself to other volunteers, you can get to work cleaning, repairing or revitalizing neglected or vandalized areas of the community.
We are deploying volunteers to civic associations, community groups and classrooms throughout Prince William County to help residents understand the importance of recycling, with a local focus. Using mixed media, including engaging presentations and games, we give our audience the tools necessary to recycle at home, at work and around town.
The Litter Survey is a quarterly survey of 22 key areas of Prince William County. Those who volunteer for the program receive training and then spend the morning riding around the county rating the amount of litter they see using a 1 to 4 litter index scale.
With approximately 90 shopping centers in Prince William County, it’s critical to understand the impacts they do have on the community, and encourage landlords, tenants and customers to be good environmental stewards. One key to accomplishing this is knowing how much trash is being generated at these centers and how well it’s handled.