Support Waste Watchers While You
It's time for the 5th Annual Waste Watchers Essay Contest. This time we are all lined up against litter. Students of the Eastern Shore are eligible to compete. The winners will be chosen in each county and at each level- elementary, middle, high- and rewarded with $50 and a chance to read their ad on theradio.
Link to the information sheet on the contest, Link to a fact sheet with pictures as a possible aid to completing an entry.
Waste Watchers has affiliated with "Keep America Beautiful."
Keep America Beautiful link
Waste Watchers has adopted Airport Road through the Adopt-A-Highway program.
See the Adopt-A-Highway Tab at the top of this page
Goodshop is just one way to help us raise money. Use Goodsearch as your search engine. Goodsearch donates a penny to Waste Watchers every time you make a search. If just five people made three searches a day using goodsearch and designating WW as their charity, we'd get $54.75 and it won't cost you a penny. Recruit a few friends and see how easy it is to donate.
A new service is available at the Convenience Centers of Accomac County where one can recycle clothes and shoes. This benefits Special Olympics.
For further details, here are two links, slide show about recycling fabric, newspaper article
Waste Watchers is an independent, non-profit (donations are tax-deductible) volunteer community group that promotes the responsible disposal of waste on the Eastern Shore. Check out our Facebook page as well, link
Waste Watchers is active all over the Shore. Wherever someone picks up a piece of litter, Waste Watchers is there. Any time a family or an office decides they can start recycling or a teacher decides to teach about where garbage goes, Waste Watchers is there. Whenever an individual, a group of friends, a church, a club or a business decides to actively do something about our roadside litter by adopting a highway and cleaning it four times a year, Waste Watchers is there to help.
Garbage that isn't disposed of responsibly hurts everyone. It's dangerous, costly, and ugly. It's also killing off the very animals and ecosystems we love so much.
Waste Watchers has a team of volunteers (Trash Talkers) who will come to your school, business, office, or home to educate you about reducing consumption, reusing what you can, and recycling. We facilitate litter pick-up events. We also sponsor an essay contest in the schools, See "Photos" tab above for 2012 winners. To sign up to volunteer in our projects, use this email
Waste Watchers meetings are every second Wednesday of the month except for August and December. We meet at the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce in Melfa from 11am to 1pm. Usually we just bring our lunches and get to work. Everyone is welcome.