THANK YOU for your participation in the
Click here to see how your community helped to
Keep Brunswick-Golden Isles Beautiful!
Originally established as the Brunswick-Glynn County Clean
Community Commission in 1979 and renamed Glynn Clean and Beautiful in 1987,
Keep Brunswick-Golden Isles Beautiful was re-organized in October 1997. Providing
leadership is a Board of Directors and Advisory Board comprised of volunteers from
all sectors of Brunswick and the Golden Isles. The organization is officially recognized
as a Keep America Beautiful (KAB)/Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation affiliate. Monetary,
in-kind, and volunteer support for specific programs/activities is sought from
businesses, governments, civic/community organizations, schools,
and individuals, reinforcing the concept of a KAB/KGB system
as a public/private sector partnership.
To be litter free, to have To create a clean and beautiful
100% participation in recycling, community through citizen
and to be the most beautiful involvement and education.
community in the state.
To educate the entire community and encourage involvement
in KAB programs and activities on a continuing basis.
To continue identification of roadways, thoroughfares, and open spaces for adoption.
To beautify Spur 25 from US 17 to I-95 (Phase I),
US 17 to the Sydney Lanier Bridge (Phase II),
and the Sydney Lanier Bridge to Hwy 303 (Phase III).
To involve a variety of community organizations in beautification projects
that enhance and improve specific areas in the community.
To support the development of user-friendly waste reduction/recycling programs
and to educate the community as to the importance of their use.
TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Click HERE to see how your donation and/or
volunteer efforts affect our community
KBGIB can assist you with information about the following:
Antifreeze / Junk Cars / Appliances / Paint / Batteries / Recyclables / Construction /
Demolition Waste / Tires / Fluorescent Bulbs / Used Furniture / Hazardous Waste /
Yard & Land Debris / Household Garbage / Other Bulky Items & Materials
Help stop littering and illegal dumping!
Notify the following for the identified violation:
Brunswick/Glynn County Police 912-554-3645
Brunswick Code Enforcement 912-267-3703
Glynn County Code Enforcement 912-554-7111
Georgia State Patrol *GSP or 912-262-2380
GA DNR Law Enforcement 912-264-7237
Keep Brunswick-Golden Isles Beautiful 912-279-1490
DID YOU KNOW?
Cigarette butts are litter too!
Partially smoked cigarettes, matches, disposable lighters, packaging,
and cigarette butts are all part of this growing national problem.
What can YOU do?
Click here to participate in KBGIB's latest initiative: cigarette waste recycling!
Use a portable ashtray in your car;
carry a pocket ashtray or use ash receptacles when smoking outside;
do not throw butts out car windows;
be aware of litter ordinances.
Spread the word...Don't litter cigarette butts!
WE ALL LIVE DOWNSTREAM; THE RIVER BEGINS AT YOUR DOOR.
Even if you live miles away from a river or stream, you may be polluting
the water without even knowing it. Anything that enters a storm water system
is discharged untreated into the water bodies we use for swimming,
fishing and drinking water. Practice healthy household habits and keep
common pollutants like pesticides, pet waste, grass clippings and automotive
fluids off the ground and out of storm water. Adopt these healthy household
habits and help protect lakes, streams, rivers, wetlands and coastal waters.
Did you know improper handling and disposal of hazardous wastes
is against the law and can result in fines and expensive cleanup costs?
These wastes include pesticides, paint, motor oil, solvents, gasoline,
freon, antifreeze, batteries, cleaners, and many others. Help us keep
our community clean. Use proper and legal methods to dispose of any
hazardous wastes. Contact the local office of EPD at 912-264-7284
or KBGIB for further information.
Did you know scrap tires must be disposed of properly
according to local and state laws? Do not dump them on streets, roads,
highways or in waterways. It is also illegal to burn any scrap tires unless
properly permitted. Help us keep our community clean. Recycle your tires
with a business that is legally permitted to collect or transport scrap
tires. Contact us for more information.
What are you doing at your home or business to be
"CLEANER and GREENER"?
Please share your efforts with us!
or find us on Facebook!
[ Return to Top ]