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Our staff

Bill Graves

We do an incredible job with training and especially cleaning up our rural environment!


We can all help improve of our environment in some way. Whether it's cleaning up our own communities or by minimizing our use of plastic products. Let Green Planet know if you could help with training programs of perhaps

you can assist financially. 

Mission & Vision

We have a simple, but robust mission: to recycle millions of pounds of plastic products. We do that by focusing on education-based efforts including, awareness, and increasing venues. We want to make a difference.

Tom Neary

Rhonda Graves

I have been so fortunate in my life to encourage others and to feel a bit of pride for the accomplishments we have made at Green Planet Plastics.  I can only imagine what was done in the past and the possible environmental harm that might even continue if it were not for the efforts of a few when doing the right thing. - Also I think it’s a shame that in a country as great as ours, we continue to have pockets of our country that continue to burn and landfill hazardous materials, just because of logistical problems or poor training.


It is with that desire in my heart, that I preside over Green Planet Plastics. Actually, most of us try to make a difference in our world and I believe that by focusing on our environment and the large volumes of material used in agriculture, we’re going to make a substantial impact.

Won't you consider joining the effort and helping with your support? A donation of any amount will help in so many ways!  

Director, Green Planet 

Recent Programs

We're continually working hard to improve the logistical problems and other dilemmas that face growers and others that use plastic products. Imagine if you can, trying to dispose of thousands of feet of tubing or plastic  film 

Judy Bean

Board of directors

Don Iddings