Mission: To empower Pearland citizens to take responsibility for their environment.
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Earth Day Celebration

April is Earth Month! Dating back to 1970, both Earth Month and Earth Day, held this year on April 22, have been times to bring together millions of people throughout the world to celebrate environmental progress, educate each other about stewardship and justice, and advocate for sustainable policies and practices. Earth Month ActivitiesHosted by Keep...
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Celebrate Arbor Day 2022

We still have trees available! Limited, but you can reserve trees to be picked up starting January 25th, Tuesday thru Friday between 9am and 4pm or Saturday between 9am and 1pm. No Appointment Needed!  Thank You So Much for helping Keep Pearland Beautiful!  RESERVE TREES HERE Keep Pearland Beautiful will host Arbor Day on January 22,...
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The Party is Over… What Can you RECYCLE?

Food Packaging: Did your pie come in a plain cardboard box? Curbside and our facility accepts cardboard and paper packaging items that don’t contain food residues. Cans: Don’t just toss empty sauce, soup or veggie cans. Rinse them out and recycle them. Beverage Containers: Recycle your plastic bottles(#1-5&7) and aluminum cans.  Plastic Bags: Are not acceptable at curbside...
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Pearland Recycling Center Temporarily Closed 8/26/2021

Keep Pearland Beautiful closes Stella Roberts Recycling Center until September 1, 2021 – Appointments required for future visits. Dear KPB Supporter, Keep Pearland Beautiful (KPB) is temporarily closing the Stella Roberts Recycling Center (SRRC) located at 5800 Magnolia Parkway, Pearland, TX 77584 beginning August 26, 2021 following consecutive COVID-19 exposures associated with breakthrough positive test...
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Arbor Day 2021 Tree Giveaway

Keep Pearland Beautiful will host Arbor Day on January 23, 2021, passing out two 3-5 gallon trees per household at the Stella Roberts Recycling Center (5800 Magnolia Pkwy).  At this event KPB will be giving away 2 trees, until supplies run out. 252 trees will be distributed, including: American Sycamore, American Elm, Bald Cypress, Live Oak,...
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Christmas Tree Recycling

Before you buy a live Christmas tree this year think about how you want to dispose of it. The environmentally responsible thing is to keep the tree out of the landfill. But, in order to recycle your tree you must avoid flocking and tinsel of any type. The Brazoria County Dunes Day Project: The trees...
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