2013 Summit

October 18, 2013

bookfrontThank you to everyone who made the 8th Annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit a success.

Find the 8th Annual Potomac Trash Summit Agenda here

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Full 2013 Summit Notes

2013 Potomac Champion Awards were presented to:

Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School: In recognition of exceptional implementation of the Trash Free Schools Project, a program designed to foster environmental stewardship through waste reduction and litter prevention.

Woodbridge Potomac Communities Civic Association: In recognition of their leadership in implementing the Litter Prevention Campaign at a grassroots level in Woodbridge, VA.

Sam’s Car Wash: In recognition of his work to address the issue of litter in their community including posting litter prevention signs, installing and maintaining litter cans in their community, and donating litter cans to other community groups.

Perry Roots: In recognition of his dedications in leading cleanups in his community for over 30 years, improving public safety, and talking to people about the issue of litter.

Ned Stone: In recognition of his leadership and dedication to watershed stewardship and improving the experience for people visiting Dyke Marsh.

Friends of Sligo Creek: In recognition of twelve years of building awareness, engaging communities, and leading cleanups.

The City of Alexandria: In recognition of thier commitment to litter enforcement.