Keep Covington / Newton Beautiful
Keep Covington / Newton Beautiful Responsibilities
As an affiliate of Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, Keep Covington / Newton Beautiful (KCNB) provides environmental education in our community.
KCNB participates in the community in the following ways:
- KCNB works on projects focusing on litter prevention, beautification, recycling, and water pollution prevention.
- KCNB staff and volunteers visit schools with puppet shows and other educational programs, speak at club and organizational meetings, and participate in festivals and expos.
- KCNB also sponsors cleanups and recycling events throughout the year.
- KCNB relies on government and grant funding, private contributions, and volunteer participation.
To challenge, motivate, and inspire everyone to take responsibility for a clean and beautiful community
Save the Date
Free Paper Shred Event (PDF): Monday, November 12
Newton County residents can bring paper to be shredded to the left side parking lot of the Covington Branch of the Newton County Library (Floyd Street). A shred truck will shred paper on site. The event will begin at 9 a.m. and will end when the shred truck is full. Limit 5 boxes per person.
People who are not Newton County residents cannot participate. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. If you or your company would like to help sponsor the event, please email Keep Covington / Newton Beautiful or call 678-625-5090.
View the following list to prepare your materials for the event:
- Please remove any large metal clips or brads and any spiral bindings.
- Please separate any thick folders or envelopes. Please do not bring paper in binders, plastic wrap, or plastic folders.
- Please do not bring paper with trash and other items mixed in.
- No non-paper materials can be accepted.
- Paper must be emptied from plastic bags and bins.
- Please bring your paper in cardboard boxes.
- If your paper is not separated or has trash in it, you will be asked to get out of line and separate it and then re-enter the line at the end.
Report Littering & Illegal Dumping
Call 911 if you witness anyone littering or dumping. Many residents are hesitant to call 911, but doing so allows your complaint to be registered in the system and is the recommended and proper way to report.
Send a Message
You can Send a Message to KCNB if you have any questions or concerns.