Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green is a volunteer organization dedicated to the environmental health and welfare of the Fallbrook community and operates as a Committee of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance. Its major program is the highly popular Community CleanUp/Recycling Day held each September. KFCG has also sponsored a widely supported recycling program for household dry cell batteries; a free coupon/voucher program for downtown residents to dispose of large, unwanted household items as part of its mission to reduce illegal dumping in the community; the co-sponsorship and maintenance of the Military “Welcome Home” fence on East Mission Road; the local facilitation and support for the County’s Adopt-a-Road Program to reduce litter on our roads and highways; collaboration with the County in supporting and expanding their apartment recycling programs and their green business program; and other similar environmental projects.
Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green
For more information, please call (760) 723-1138
To educate and involve citizens and businesses with program that will promote a healthy environment.
Founded in 2002 and originally sponsored by:
Became a Committee of the Fallbrook Beautification Alliance, Feb. 1, 2011
- Mission Resource Conservation District
- Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce
- Fallbrook Land Conservancy
- Coldwell Banker
- Fallbrook Healthcare Foundation
- The Angel Society of Fallbrook
- The Rotary Club of Fallbrook
- Supervisor Bill Horn, 5th District, San Diego County
- Renee Ingold
- Fallbrook Village Rotary
Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green Programs
Annual Cleanup/Recycling Day
- Volunteers remove and dispose of large items dumped along roads, gullies, waterways.
- Volunteers pick up litter around town
- Volunteers offer multiple recycling opportunities at a central location downtown:
- Paper Shredding - sponsored by Shred-It of Vista
- E-waste recycling - sponsored by TBD
- Cell Phone recycling - sponsored by VFW Post 1924 Ladies Auxiliary
- Household Battery Recycling - sponsored by Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green
- Car/Truck Battery Recycling - sponsored by BP Batteries of Fallbrook
- Computer Hard Drive destruction - sponsored by Shred-It of Vista
Voucher Program for large household items for residents in downtown area (2007-2009)
Sponsored by a grant from Supervisor Bill Horn
Household Battery Recycling Program (2007-2010)
Partnership with the Fallbrook Public Utility District in collecting & storing batteries. Sponsored by grants from the Angel Society, the Rotary Club of Fallbrook, Supervisor Bill Horn, Renee Ingold, and the Fallbrook Village Rotary. Absorbed into Fallbrook Waste & Recycling/EDCO’s household battery recycling program, 2010.
Works with the Solana Center for the Environment in encouraging apartment residents to recycle
Supports the County Adopt-a-Road Program (volunteer groups pick up litter on specific roads)
The East Mission Welcome Home project is maintained by FBA and Save Our Forest
Works with County to promote Green Business programs
Works with County to support and promote Household Hazardous Waste events.
Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green
P.O. Box 434
Fallbrook, CA 92088
Fallbrook Recycling/Clean Up Day
2010 Marine Corps Volunteers with Fallbrook Honorary Mayor Gail Martin and Bob Leonard.
Village Rotary at CleanUp
CleanUp organizers and volunteers pause during the 2007 Recycle Day: (L-R) Bob Leonard (Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce) on the forklift, Jedda Lorek (Chair of Keep Fallbrook Clean and Green) Bill Cox of 1-800-Got-Junk? with two of his staff, Joe Reavis and John Rutherford (Fallbrook Rotary), Anne Burdick (KFCG), Jack Wood and Greg Munro (Fallbrook Rotary).
2009 Costello-Archibal Team Roy Costello of Costello’s Auto Repair and George Archibald of the Fallbrook Chamber bring in a load of debris collected along Fallbrook roads and gullies.
The paper shredding component of KFCG's Annual Recycling Day is sponsored every year by Tom Caso, owner of Shred-It in Vista. The Shred-It team, shown at the 2009 event, is Tom Caso, Jaime Connell, Brian Chute, Paul Monaco, and David Schultz.