Programs: Kansas city community recycling centers (kcdo) - is a contract to coordinate three recycling drop-off centers in kansas city, missouri, providing staff, volunteer supervision and broad-based community education on sustainability.
kansas city wildlands (kcwl) - is a partnership with over 29 organizations to involve citizens in restoring and maintaining remnant ecosystems in the metropolitan area.
keep kansas city beautiful (kkcb)is a program to involve businesses, government and citizens in creating a clean and beautiful community through public education, litter abatement and beautification projects. This project was affiliated with the nation-wide keep america beautiful project, until 2015 when it was discontinued due to cancellation of a large city contract in 2014.
Metro Kansas City has benefited from the many sustainability programs of Bridging the Gap for over 20 years. From managing recycling for KCMO to planting desirable trees or removing undesirable ones from wildlands, members are willing to get their hands dirty. They also provide environmental education to students, adults and businesses through several affiliates such as the Environmental Excellence in Business Network which supports Byproduct Synergy collaboration.