While there’s no debate that “”Keeping It Real”” is important, “”Keeping It Green”” is certainly giving it a run for its money. I mean, when Walmart announces that they’re requiring green labeling, you know that your movement has arrived.
Keep Atlanta Beautiful
is the best of both worlds, keeping it both real and green, proving once and for all that the two are not mutually exclusive
. It’s a fantastic resource for ATLiens
that are conscientious
of their surroundings, but not sure of their resources. Some examples of how this site can come in handy:
You’ve got an old Commodore 64 that needs to be recycled. Keep Atlanta Beautiful tells you where, when and how you can take care of it.
The iPhone 3GS of 1982.
The phone company has dropped off two more editions of the Yellow Pages that you’ll never, ever use. Are they recyclable, and if so, how? Keep Atlanta Beautiful knows what to do…
Some fifteen year old has moved on from the Krog St. tunnel, and has decided to spray paint your fence with his initials. Did you know that you could borrow a pressure washer from the city, and pick up a $50 gift card to help defray clean up costs? You would have, had you checked out… you guessed it, Keep Atlanta Beautiful.
While some of our City’s web sites are a tangled mess of Web 1.0
, this one’s a keeper.