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Keep America Beautiful, Budget Dumpster Team Up in 2017

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Cleaning up is what we do. That’s why we teamed up with a number of Keep America Beautiful chapters over the past year to help clean up parks, rivers and other green spaces throughout the country. If you’re not familiar with their work, Keep America Beautiful (KAB) is the largest community improvement organization in the U.S., with over 620 affiliates and over 1,000 community organizations that participate in their programs. All of these groups work towards three main goals: preventing litter, reducing waste and community beautification. In honor of Earth Day, we’ve highlighted the work of a few of the…

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