Keep East Point Beautiful
In July 1977, the organization Keep East Point Beautiful (KEPB), formerly known as East Point Clean Community System, Inc was officially created by City Council at it July meeting. The organization was established to address the areas of litter reduction and proper waste disposal methods through education and the establishment of programs that lead to a change in the behavior of the citizens of East Point.
Keep East Point Beautiful changed their name when the nation organization KAB asked that affiliates do so to align themselves nationally.
- Tony Fontana, Chairperson
- Monica Mosley, 1st Vice Chair
- Vincent Hall, Secretary
Our Guiding Principles
- Frances A. Kennedy Executive Director
As a leader in community improvement Keep East Point Beautiful is guided by these principles:
This is the key to encouraging positive behaviors toward community improvement
Improving community environments and quality of life all begins with personal responsibility – individuals becoming more engaged as citizens and stewards of the environment.
Broad-based community alliances are essential to achieve sustainable community improvement.
By engaging volunteers we extend the reach of our education and multiply the impact of our actions.
Ways to Support KEPB environmental efforts in the community and the City's efforts to be greener: Beautify the community with planting with your neighbors, fix up projects, graffiti cleanup,
. Volunteer and become involved with KEPB events
_ Recycle America Day/Month
_ Great American Clean Up
_ Tea In The Rose Garden
_ Rivers Alive
_ Away From Home Recycling
_ Paper Shredding and Electronic Recycling Days
_ Brainstorming A Children's Water Festival
. Join our mailing list to receive information on up coming KEPB events
LIKE US on FACEBOOK at: www.facebook.com/KEPB1977
· Bring your recyclables to the East Point Drop Off Recycling Center located at
the East Point Transfer Station 3125 South Martin Street.
o Location Hours of Operation
o Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm
o Saturday, 8AM-2PM
o News Paper – Cardboard – Magazines – Phone Books
o Milk & Juice Cartons – Other Paper - Plastics Bottles # 1 & #2
o Glass – Aluminum Cans – Steel Cans
ALL materials can be placed in Green Dumpsters.