Signed in as:
Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful (KMVB) is a six-county affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. KMVB hosts annual clean up events and encourages community beautification projects to preserve and protect the natural beauty and health of the Mohawk Valley region.
Locally owned and operated, BME has provided office solutions throughout upstate New York for over 25 years. With offices in Greater Utica and Syracuse, and a distribution center in Mohawk, BME has grown significantly by providing quality service and products that customers have come to expect – fast and reliable at the best value.
Casella Waste Systems was founded in 1975 and in 1977, built the their first recycling facility (also the first in Vermont). Since 2000, the company has moved to supplement traditional waste management services with its expertise in resource renewal and sustainability. It has consistently led the industry in offering services and infrastructure that help communities and customers sustain – economically as well as environmentally – the planet’s limited resources.
There was an 800% increase in participation over last year!
KMVB will align with the fundamental principle of the NYS Regional Economic Development Council: collaboration across municipal boundaries to organize, engage, and empower public and private entities to improve the environmental and economic conditions in the Mohawk Valley.
We represent Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, and Schoharie Counties.
Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful is an affiliate in good standing with Keep America Beautiful (KAB).
KMVB will support the pillars of KAB by reducing waste material, increasing recycling efforts, and beautification and greening of public spaces.
KMVB participates in the Municipal Appearance Index, The Great American Clean-up, and the Adopt A Spot program.
Mohawk Valley Economic Development District, Inc.
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