Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

Join American Rivers and Keurig Green Mountain Inc., at one of our community river cleanups!

For information about any of the below cleanups, please contact National River Cleanup Manager, Peter Roquemore at [email protected]

  • New York City Cleanup
    American Rivers and Keurig have partnered with the Bronx River Alliance and invite you to join us on September 13, 2014 at Concrete Plant Park from 10am-1pm. Registration and event information.
  • Los Angeles Cleanup
    American Rivers and Keurig have partnered with the Los Angeles Waterkeeper for Coastal Cleanup Day on September 20, 2014 at Dockweiler Beach from 9am-12pm. Registration and event information.
  • Miami Cleanup
    American Rivers and Keurig have partnered with the Environmental Coalition of Miami and the Beaches (ECOMB) for a day of cleaning up Miami’s beaches on  September 20, 2014 Flagler Monument Island, Teachers Island, and Morningside Picnic Islands from 8:30am-12pm. Registration and event information.

Since 2007, Keurig Green Mountain Inc. has been a generous sponsor of the National River Cleanup® program. This sponsorship has been critical to the growth of the program’s national infrastructure that supports river cleanups across the country. In recent years, their support has led to the creation of a virtual suite of educational content for American Rivers supporters and volunteers.

Keurig Green Mountain provides great opportunities for employees to volunteer across the country, including multiple river cleanups. Over the past few years, hundreds of employees in Vermont have spent thousands of hours cleaning up the Winooski River during their annual week-long employee river cleanup event. In 2012 alone, 456 Keurig Green Mountain volunteers on the Winooski River, VT, Merrimack River, NH, and the Knoxville River, TN, cleaned approximately 8 ½ river miles removing over 1,002 tires!

We are proud to work with a company dedicated to utilizing their resources to better the environment and encouraging employee engagement through river cleanups.