Keep America Beautiful Awards


Congratulations to the California Department of Education, CalTrans, and CalRecycle for receiving awards at the Keep America Beautiful national conference. Keep California Beautiful greatly appreciates the partnership and support of all three organizations over the years!

Registration Open for 2020!


register-nowfor the February
K-12 Recycling Challenge


FREE for all California K-12 Schools!

Foodservice Packaging Institute

Foodservice Packaging Institute

K-12 Challenge on KXTV

Kudos to Kevin Barnes for his many great years of service to Bakersfield and
Keep Bakersfield Beautiful!

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Awards Received

K-12 Recycling Challenge
GuideStar Gold Participant

GuideStar Keep California Beautiful

Television Coverage

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K-12 Recycling on KCRA Morning News

K-12 on Good Day Sacramento

K-12 on Good Day Sacramento

 

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KCB K-12 Recycling Competition Registration Page


The California K-12 Recycling Challenge occurs from February 1st - 28th every year.

Registration is now open for the K-12 Recycling Challenge!

Name:

District:


Password:

School Website:

Facebook Page:

Contact Phone:

Contact Email:

Grades:

Public, Private, or Charter: Public Private Charter

County:

Address:

Provide any other recycling program you are currently participating in:

Single Stream: Yes No

Food Composting: Yes No

Comingled or Source Separation: Co-mingled Source Separated

Public Drop Off for paper, cans, or bottles?: Yes No

Total Number of Girls Aged 0-5 Impacted by the Program:

Total Number of Boys Aged 0-5 Impacted by the Program:

Total Number of Girls Aged 6-22 Impacted by the Program:

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Total Number of Women Aged 22+ Impacted by the Program:

Total Number of Men Aged 22+ Impacted by the Program:

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