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Date: Feb 22, 2017

@CleanGreenBaltCo is a “one-stop shop” for news and information on County programs and services that support sustainable living

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the launch of a new Facebook page promoting the County’s commitment to making our communities more sustainable. Clean Green Baltimore County serves as a resource for residents seeking to become better environmental stewards while also highlighting environmentally-friendly achievements throughout the county.

“We have such a good story to tell in terms of Baltimore County’s commitment to restoring streams and waterways, anti-litter programs, recycling, forest sustainability, land preservation and more,” said Kamenetz. “I’m excited about this new platform highlighting the work our dedicated employees do every day to protect the environment. The page is also a great resource for residents and businesses, featuring tangible steps to help people reduce their environmental impact. Please consider sharing the Clean Green Baltimore County page with your family members, friends and Facebook followers. We look forward to connecting with you!”

Clean Green Baltimore County posts useful information and resources related to various Baltimore County agencies, including, but not limited to:

  • Department of Environmental Protection & Sustainability
  • Department of Permits, Approvals & Inspections
  • Department of Planning
  • Department of Public Works
  • Department of Recreation & Parks
  • Office of Budget & Finance, Property Management Division, Energy Management & Sustainability Section

Visit facebook.com/CleanGreenBaltCo and “like” the page to see tips and strategies to help you “go green,” as well as sustainable success stories from around the County and noteworthy environmental initiatives from across the globe. Sign up for Facebook notifications from @CleanGreenBaltCo to stay up-to-date on our continued pursuit toward a cleaner, greener Baltimore County.


 
 
Revised September 11, 2017