Port Canaveral, Keep Brevard Beautiful Collaborate

By  //  July 22, 2013

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recycled Items used in Welcome Center Sculpture

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Representatives from the Canaveral Port Authority and Keep Brevard Beautiful, above, sorting recycled items donated by a number of local agencies and schools, including Cape View, Manatee, Surfside and Cambridge elementary schools, Recycle Brevard, the City of Cocoa Beach, Keep Brevard Beautiful and the Canaveral Port Authority.

Artist Sayaka Ganz will turn the recycled plastic into a sculpture for Port Canaveral’s new Welcome Center scheduled to open later this year.

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Through litter control, education, recycling and beautification programs, Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. KBB, and its network of volunteers strive to maintain and improve the environment of Brevard County. (Keep Brevard Beautiful Facebook image)

Through litter control, education, recycling and beautification programs, Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. and its network of volunteers strive to maintain and improve the environment of Brevard County.

The mission of Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. is to motivate and educate business, schools, groups and individual partnerships to reduce litter, recycle, landscape, and beautify for the environmental and economic benefit of Brevard County.

CERTIFIED IN 1981

Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. (KBB), officially certified in 1981, marks the dedication demonstrated by the volunteers of the Beautification Committee of the Melbourne-Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce, who formed a coalition of business representatives, government and civic organizations to create a charter to become an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc.


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