Keep Prince William Beautiful, Inc. (KPWB) coordinated its annual Prince William County Route 1 Corridor Cleanup on Saturday, April 20 with 40 volunteers. With the purpose of celebrating Earth Day and reducing the amount of litter throughout Prince William County; KPWB partnered with Top Ladies of Distinction Inc., Top Teens of America, Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association and Supervisor Frank Principi’s office.
As a way of celebrating Earth Day, volunteers removed 1,180 pounds of litter and recyclables over a span of 13 miles along the Route 1 Corridor. “The cleanup was a success, with volunteers staying committed and learning about litter education…[while]staying active and being involved in the community” stated Zara Mahmood George Mason University Intern for Keep Prince William Beautiful, Inc.
With a wide variety of events in Prince William County, Keep Prince William Beautiful partners with residents and businesses to create and maintain a clean, beautiful, sustainable environment in Prince William County.
About Keep Prince William Beautiful
Keep Prince William Beautiful is a nonprofit environmental organization that serves Prince William County through partnering with residents, businesses and government to educate and inspire people to be environmental stewards and keep Prince William beautiful. For more information, visit www.kpwb.org.