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KCB is made up of concerned people from all walks of life joined together to help the public become more aware and concerned about environmental issues. We do this by promoting stewardship of our communities through litter prevention, beautification, recycling and environmental education.


Happening at KCB


Community Recycling Event – 4/29/17

It’s time to clean up your closets and garages.  Please join us on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 9am to 1pm at Jim Miller Park, 2245 Callaway Rd SW, Marietta, GA 30008 Document Shredding; Textiles (shoes, cloths, bedding, stuffed animals, coats, etc) NO CARPET or RUGS; Electronics, metals, appliances, lawn equipment (gas must be drained first); […]

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Tree Planting Event – S.Cobb Highschool

Success! We planted 31 trees and had tons of student volunteers. Thank you to everyone who participated in helping us beautify South Cobb HS!        

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Tree Planting – Noonday Creek Trail

Thank you to all of the volunteers who participated at the Noonday Creek Trail Tree Planting! We had a great time and mostly the rain held off. The next time that you are at the Noonday Creek Trail look around and check out all of the beautiful trees that we recently planted 43 trees. A special […]

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Glass Recycling and Link to Webinar

So, you want to know what to do with glass now that it cannot be placed in your curbside single-stream recycling bin? Good news, glass is still recyclable, but it needs to be clean and taken to one of the following locations: City of Smyrna Recycling Center: 3475 Lake Drive, Smyrna on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday […]

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Great American Clean Up

It’s that time of year, from March through May, where concerned citizens and groups get together to work on projects in their community. Please visit the  Great American Clean Up page and volunteer today.

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