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Our Mission

To educate and engage individuals to take greater responsibilities for improving their community environments.

Our Vision

To accomplish a clean, safe and beautiful environment by changing behaviors toward litter prevention, beautification and community improvements and reducing the impact of waste.

Tennessee has an average of 5,100 pieces of litter per mile on urban freeways. Thirty percent is deliberate litter from people in vehicles and 70% is negligent litter from unsecured loads. Last year over 8 million dollars was spent on cleanup in Tennessee. Keep Anderson County Beautiful (KACB) is an affiliate of Keep Tennessee and Keep America Beautiful.

This is a volunteer based educational agency focusing on the Anderson County community: litter prevention; beautification and community improvement; and solid waste management/recycling. Keep Anderson County Beautiful serves Anderson County, TN; including Clinton, Oak Ridge, Norris, Lake City, and Oliver Springs.


Want to plan a cleanup and need help? Contact Keep Anderson County Beautiful

Keep Knox Beautiful - Daffodil Planting

Please visit the Facebook page or Website of Keep Knox Beautiful     for more details and information about their project this weekend Nov 21 and 22 to plant 60,000 daffodils along I-275.    

To sign up, go to to fill out the registration form. Info: Patience Melnik at or 865-521-6957.



Keep Anderson County Beautiful Booth at Norris Day, July 4th, 2015

Plan to stop by the Keep Anderson County Beautiful (KACB) Booth at Norris Day on July 4th, 2015 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.. We will be set up in front of Norris Middle School at the Norris Commons.  We will have give-a-way items and will be encouraging citizens of Anderson County to become members of KACB.   By partnering with us, you can help us continue our work with Litter Prevention/Litter Education, Beautification Projects, Waste Reduction Efforts, and Recycling Events in Anderson County.   We will be set up next to "Keep Norris Beautiful", KNB, our working beautification committee.

Sign up for the Clinch River cleanup

Your help is needed with the third annual Big Clinch River Cleanup, starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, July 25, with a breakfast and briefing for all registered volunteers at the Museum of Appalachia, 2819 Andersonville Highway, Norris. The cleanup will wrap up about 2 p.m.

Everyone who enjoys the river, from anglers to kayakers to wildlife watchers, is invited to help remove litter from the Clinch and its banks. Volunteers will work in teams of walkers, waders, paddlers and powerboaters.

For more information, contact Buzz Buffington at or (865) 463-7167, or Jim Ferguson at or (865) 494-8081.

2015 Shoe recycling campaign 3/24—4/30/15

This campaign not only confirms our commitment to promoting environmental stewardship; it will also allow us to demonstrate good will towards others.  The shoes will be refurbished and disinfected then sent to local school students in need of shoes and to under-developed countries where the shoes will be welcomed.  

For more information, please contact Pat Imperato at 865-776-9248 or

50K Treeday

Great American Cleanup kickoff in Oak Ridge

Keep Anderson County Beautiful (KACB) is hosting a kick-off event for the Great American Clean-up, on Saturday, March 7, from 9-12 noon in Oak Ridge, in front of the Civic Center. Pictures are at

ORHS Teachers and their Great Volunteer Spirit

Two Great Volunteers for Keep Anderson County Beautiful!   Keep Anderson County Beautiful is made up of an All Volunteer Board and all Volunteer Citizens in Anderson County.  Contact us if you want to help us Keep Anderson County Beautiful and "Greener and Cleaner"!

KACB at Norris Day

Keep Anderson County Beautiful had a very successful booth this July 4, 2014 at Norris Day in Norris Tennessee!   We promoted the Anti-Litter Message of KACB and our "Butts Wanted" Program to educate the citizens of Anderson County that cigarette butts are litter!   Butts may be small, but the litter from butts is a major litter issue across the nation!  Please Dispose of Cigarette Butts Properly.

ORHS Teachers and Volunteers hold Fall 2014 Campus Cleanup/Beautification

Over 35 volunteers show up to help with the ORHS Fall 2014 Campus Cleanup

Teachers, Beth Adler, Deni Sobek, and Eddie Anderson, at ORHS in Anderson County organized a Fall 2014 Campus Cleanup of the schools wetlands, gardens, and grounds.   Over 35 volunteers of students and family showed up to help.   Keep Anderson County Beautiful applauds this group of Volunteers and loves their devotion to keep their campus clean and beautiful! Way to Go!    See Pictures in Photo Gallery.


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