Prizes will be awarded in 10 categories. For a complete list, visit Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful online.
“Not only is it easy to register and take part in the Great American Cleanup,” said Connie Wiggins, Executive Director for Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, in a released statement. “It’s a terrific way that everyone from scout troops and school green teams to local citizens and area businesses can work together make Gwinnett the best place to live, work, play and learn. Beyond the gratification of knowing you are doing something good for your community, your project will be considered for a chance to win $500 at the conclusion of the Great American Cleanup AND may even be considered for recognition during our next Environmental Consciousness and Stewardship (ECOS) Awards Dinner.”
Projects will be reviewed by a selection committee. Winners will be chosen based upon the impact of the project.
To take part in this year's challenge, visit the Great American Cleanup Challenge page on the Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful website.