Litter gitters clean up county during CCSWD campaign


Volunteer groups clean up county

By Clinton County Solid Waste District



East End Elementary School in Wilmington lent their gloved hands to the campaign.


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Pauline Taylor with her granddaughter, Cayleigh.


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The East Clinton High School Key Club was active in the Litter Campaign.


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Dealertrack Technologies was an enthusiastic participant in the campaign.


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The Clinton County Solid Waste District wishes to publicly recognize and thank all participants in the 2017 Litter Campaign.

Over the past few months, 550 volunteers have given nearly 2,500 hours of their time to make Clinton County cleaner as they participated in the Litter Campaign sponsored by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District.

Groups of all sizes participated in the litter campaign – school groups, villages, townships, civic clubs, scouts, and even individuals pitched in to help clean up their communities.

Clinton County is now a cleaner and safer place in which to visit, work and live; the District has reported that the following groups and individuals collected 704 bags of trash from public property and 236 miles of roadsides throughout the county:

Friends of Cowan Lake, Dealertrack Technologies, Clinton-Massie Elementary School, East Clinton High School Key Club, Sabina Elementary School, East End Elementary School, Pete and Sandra Biederman, Joe Barr, Bob Meyer, Pauline Taylor and Cayleigh Vance, Blanchester American Legion Auxiliary Marion Unit 179, Clinton County Juvenile Probation, Clinton County Youth Council, and Chester Township Fire Department.

The Solid Waste District provides litter kits year-round. If your group is interested in doing a litter pick-up on public property, please contact the Recycling & Litter Prevention Office at 382-6177 to register your group.

For more information on this Litter Campaign, as well as details of the Clinton County recycling program and the free presentations offered, please visit the Solid Waste District website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling.

I have also attached 4 photos from 3 groups and an individual. In the photo of Pauline Taylor, Pauline is on the right and her granddaughter, Cayleigh, is on the left.

East End Elementary School in Wilmington lent their gloved hands to the campaign.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_East-End.jpgEast End Elementary School in Wilmington lent their gloved hands to the campaign. Courtesy photos

Pauline Taylor with her granddaughter, Cayleigh.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_Pauline-Taylor-Cayleigh-Vance.jpgPauline Taylor with her granddaughter, Cayleigh. Courtesy photos

The East Clinton High School Key Club was active in the Litter Campaign.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_East-Clinton-H.S.-Key-Club.jpgThe East Clinton High School Key Club was active in the Litter Campaign. Courtesy photos

Dealertrack Technologies was an enthusiastic participant in the campaign.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_DealerTrack3.jpgDealertrack Technologies was an enthusiastic participant in the campaign. Courtesy photos
Volunteer groups clean up county

By Clinton County Solid Waste District