Keep Moore County Beautiful serves the entire Moore County area. Continuous efforts are maintained to implement litter and solid waste programs, utilizing the Keep America Beautiful System, to ensure that Moore County is the cleanest county in North Carolina. It is our goal to promote recycling, and to reuse and reduce solid waste, while involving a broad cross section of the community.
Tarp Awareness “Secure Your Load” Program - (Coming in May) KMCB has teamed up with the Moore Co. Builders Assoc. to promote this program. Tarps & brochures will be distributed to educate and encourage contractors as well as individuals to “secure your load” to prevent road side litter.
Scrap Tire Recycling Program - May 5 – June 14 2014.Residents are encouraged to cleanup their scrap tires and bring them to the designated sites throughout the County at no charge. Limit of 5 tires / vehicle / day. No dealer tires allowed. Please contact KMCB at 947-3637 for additional information. Sponsored by KMCB and Republic Services.
Community Shred Event - Saturday, May 3, 2014, 9:00am - NOON. Event is at 105 Dowd Road, Carthage, (Back Parking Lot of the Moore County Court House) Bring your personal papers for free, confidential shredding.
What is Keep Moore County Beautiful?
Keep Moore County Beautiful is a non-profit organization that became an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful in 1987. The purpose of the organization is to
provide education to the citizens of Moore County in ways of improving the appearance of the county by offering programs, and establishing and maintaining litter and solid waste programs. Keep Moore County Beautiful promotes educational programs in Moore County Schools, government, businesses and community organizations.
PO Box 1927
Carthage NC 28327
Keep Moore County Beautiful
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Why KMCB Does Something Beautiful For You & For The Earth!
We proudly serve the people of Moore County & work with local government to maximize resources and efforts but are a non-profit organization affiliated with Keep America Beautiful. Visit the KAB website, by clicking the logo to the left.