The CCIA has a history of protecting the environment. Our staff can be seen throughout the county driving in CNG vehicles, presenting anti-litter programs, and removing illegal dumps. Volunteers are essential to help us in our commitment to the county. By participating in programs hosted by the CCIA, you too can make the difference in keeping Cumberland County clean and green.
Check out our latest edition of the Clean Stream Chronicles! The Fall/Winter edition highlights ways to keep your holiday eco-friendly, plastic waste reduction, and a recap of Household Hazardous Waste Day Collection.
Our Clean Streets Crew and volunteers do an astonishing job keeping our county roads litter-free. Since the beginning of 2019, we have collected 91,400 pounds of litter, which adversely affects our rivers, lakes, and wildlife that are a keystone here in Cumberland County.
150 pounds of litter was collected by Casey and her volunteers long Silver Run Road in front of the Maurice River Bluffs.
If any environmental organizations or teachers would like to work Casey please contact her at [email protected] For additional information on Casey and her program visit the Watershed Ambassador Page.