Vermont Green Up Day 2017

Green Up Vermont with Twin City Subaru!


Join Us on Saturday, May 6!

An official sponsor of the event, Twin City Subaru is Central Vermont's dedicated bag pick-up and trash drop-off location for Green Up Day 2017. And we're making a party out of it!

Volunteer with Twin City Subaru staff on Green Up Day and enjoy:

  • Free BBQ (hotdogs, burgers, chips etc.)
  • Free Drinks and Snacks
  • Green Up Day Swag!

Our goal is 500 bags and a full dumpster at the end of the day! Please help us help the environment and Green Up Vermont with Twin City Subaru!

We hope to see YOU (and your friends and family) for Green Up Day 2017!

When is Green Up Day?
Green Up Day is May 6th, 2017.

How is Green Up Day organized?

Green Up Day happens all over the state and wouldn't happen without the dedicated help of our coordinators. Each town has a coordinator that volunteers can contact to get their Green Up bags.

How can I volunteer?

Click here, to find your town. You will see the contact name, phone number and email for your town's coordinator. You can contact them for information on where to pick up Green Up bags and for other events that your town may be putting on.

What else happens on Green Up Day?

Green Up Day is about mainly about picking up litter, but many communities provide refreshments, breakfast, picnic lunch or bbq, dinner and even live music and entertainment. Contact your town coordinator to see what the local traditions may be.

How many people participate in Green Up Day?

Over 20,000 people volunteer annually in picking up litter on Green Up Day. Over 40,000 bags of trash are collected annually

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Subaru and the Environment

Twin City Subaru understands that we have a great deal of responsibility to the environment. We are proud of Subaru's principles surrounding environmentally-friendly products and standards. Read more about how Subaru helps keep the world green.