Live Green and Earn Points


  • hpprinter c. 2 years ago
    Philadelphia. The city of Philadelphia has caught our eye in the past for its extensive green efforts, and it continues to impress.
  • Gina M. 3 years ago
    A small street near Olney High School always has illegal dumping. A soon as the City removes the waste, new trash returns. Students and other adults have to walk in the street because of the waste on the sidewalk (it also is deposited on the street) and it is dangerous for them because the street is curved and drivers do not see them until they are right up on them. Cameras need to be installed in nearby junk vehicles to catch the perpetrators. J.M.
  • Susan Z. 3 years ago
    I'm sorry, I worked in Philly, the streets are dirty. The litter along the Regional line train is disgusting. I think about be visiting the city using the trains, and this is their first view. trash everywhere. Take Callowhill off f I-95 and the a trash heap along the highway. Walk 10 th street and smell the urine. They may talk a good talk but the city streets prove otherwise.
    • BenD@Recyclebank 3 years ago

      Hi Susan, 

      The litter problem may not solved yet, but we think it's a move in the right direction that the City of Philadelphia is taking the issue seriously and has put plans and resources in place toward solving it.

  • Bruce K. 3 years ago
    Wow. I'm shocked to see Philly #1 on this list (not sure they are listed in priority order), but happy to see it none the less.
  • Teresa M. 3 years ago
    Yay Philadelphia!! Way to go!
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