Orange County Government, Florida

A Litter Free Orange County Campaign

Overview

A Litter Free Orange County is a campaign that aims to reduce litter to make the region cleaner and safer for residents and visitors.

The campaign includes different government departments including citizen groups and individual volunteers

Citizen Initiatives

  • Make sure your trash is securely placed in the proper receptacle.
  • Recycle materials to save landfill space, energy, and natural resources.
  • When you see litter, pick it up and throw it away.
  • Carry a litterbag in your vehicle or on your bicycle.
  • Volunteer for community-wide cleanups in your district.

Community Initiatives

  • Organize a cleanup and volunteers to help pick up litter. Neighborhood Preservation can help you with these programs and provide bags and gloves.
  • Educate residents by placing anti-litter articles in your newsletters or websites. Encourage residents to take pride in their community by keeping it litter-free.
  • Check out Clean & Attractive Neighborhoods to find out about the many programs and services.

Business Initiatives

  • Start a recycling/waste reduction program at your company.
  • Adopt an area around your business and form a “Litter Lunch Crew” to police the area on a weekly basis.
  • Educate your employees by placing anti-litter articles in your newsletters or other corporate communications.
  • Make sure your dumpsters are closed and provide cigarette/litter receptacles at the entrance to your building.
  • Adopt-A-Bus Stop and agree to collect the garbage so LYNX can place a trash receptacle at that stop.

School Initiatives

Contact Us

Orange County Neighborhood Preservation & Revitalization Division
Office of Public Engagement and Citizen Advocacy
450 E. South Street, Third Floor
Orlando, FL. 32802-1393

Email: OCNeighborhoods@ocfl.net
Phone: (407) 836-5606

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