How do we keep Florida beautiful?

Keep Florida Beautiful works with our network of more than 40 county and city affiliates to engage and educate citizens, visitors, and communities to improve Florida through litter prevention, increased recycling, education, and beautification efforts.

Special Message From Keep Florida Beautiful

America Recycles Day and Florida Recycles Day

We continue to educate and encourage Floridians to take the pledge to recycle, America Recycles Day is November 15. What action will you take? Are you committed to changing behavior? Will you commit to put more items in the recycling bin?

Keep Florida Beautiful will be partnering with the Florida Recycling Partnership, the Florida Beverage Association, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and many others to celebrate Florida Recycles Day at the Capitol on November 15. It is truly a day to celebrate and share your commitment by taking the recycling pledge!

You can also follow Keep Florida Beautiful (@keepflbeautiful) on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to learn more about how to recycle in preparation for America Recycles Day.

America Recycles Day

Our Initiatives

  • Recycling

    The KAB Affiliates of Florida conduct Recycling/Waste Reduction workshops statewide throughout the year.

  • Litter Prevention Education

    Our affiliates organize over 80,000 volunteers statewide to participate in cleanup events that remove and recycle almost 5 million pounds of litter.

  • Environmental Education

    We work with educators to incorporate litter prevention, recycling and environmental stewardship into school activities and curriculum.

  • Solid Waste Reduction

    The average American generates over 4 pounds of trash every day. Keep Florida Beautiful promotes solid waste reduction through easy-to-implement solutions.

Learn more about Keep Florida Beautiful.

From the Keep Florida Beautiful Blog.

  • Take the Pledge

    Many of us hear about recycling in our community. We hear about the benefits such as reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills, saving energy and sustaining the environment for future generations. But, as America Recycles Day approaches on Nov. 15, how can we really make a change and encourage others to put items in the recycle bin?We have...

  • Adventures Abroad - Recycling in South Korea

    When our KFB Intern, Parker Bledsoe, graduated from FSU, he traveled to South Korea to gain experience abroad. In this post, Parker shares some valuable insights on recycling.  When I moved to Gwangju, South Korea in the summer of 2016, I expected to face many of the challenges that normally come with living in a new country.  I...

  • Youth Leading the Way to a Greener Florida

    Students across the state are enjoying time off for the summer. They’ve temporarily put the books away. But, the education continues. Many are researching volunteer opportunities. We are happy to report that many students are learning about the benefits of keeping Florida clean, green and beautiful. They realize the negative effects of littering. Littering creates an eye sore...

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Keep Our Paradise Litter-Free!

Keep Florida Beautiful's supporters make our work possible. Join the movement and help support affiliate programs, cleanup campaigns, education, litter prevention, and beautification initiatives.

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Recycling In Florida
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