Keep Newnan beautiful installs first pet waste station in the city

Thu, 07/23/2009 - 2:26pm
By: The Citizen

Keep Newnan Beautiful is proud to announce the City’s first pet waste station has been installed at Temple Avenue Park. The Newnan- Coweta Historical Society’s generous donation made the first pet station possible in the city. Citizens are encouraged to use this station when walking their dogs in the area. The station is located in Temple Avenue Park near the Male Academy Museum.

“Keep Newnan Beautiful is making new goals for the city every day in the fight against litter. Installing this station is another step in the campaign to reduce litter and waste in our city,” says Carol Duffey, Keep Newnan Beautiful Director.

There are other possible locations in the city identified by the Beautification Department that pet waste stations may go in the future. If your business or group would like more information on how to donate for a pet station, please contact Carol Duffey at

About the Pet Waste station

The Gladiator bin and dispenser is made from commercial grade, anti-vandal, heavy gauge rust free aluminum. The bin has a unique chute which allows only small articles to be deposited restricting its use to dog waste bags. A unique drop down front makes emptying the can a simple, mess-free task. Each station comes with a Gladiator can, post, dispenser, sign and hardware.

About Keep Newnan Beautiful

Keep Newnan Beautiful was created to educate, motivate and empower the individuals of Newnan, Georgia, to take greater responsibility for improving our local community environments through litter prevention, beautification, and waste reduction.” For more information or to volunteer visit or email Carol Duffey at

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