DAYTON, Ohio – March 30, 2011 – As part of ongoing efforts by the CarLocate Crew to extend an appreciation for the environment beyond Earth Day, several members of the CarLocate Crew recently participated in a roadside cleanup project in Dayton, Ohio, during the 2011 State Roadway Cleanup. Crew members picked up litter and other debris from the side of the U.S. 35 highway in Dayton and sorted the items for disposal or recycling. (Photos.)
"Environmental consciousness has been a key interest area for the CarLocate.com team since the site's inception," said Nicole Case, general manager of CarLocate.com. "On our site, consumers will find our innovative 'Green Search' feature to quickly and easily search for new or used eco-friendly cars. We're also interested in doing what we can to help improve our local surroundings, which includes participating in programs like the roadside cleanup."
The highway cleanup in Dayton was organized by the Montgomery County Solid Waste District, Keep Montgomery County Beautiful, Keep Ohio Beautiful, and the Ohio Department of Transportation as part of a statewide project to clean up Ohio roadways.
According to the Montgomery County Solid Waste District, a total of 60 volunteers in Dayton cleaned up 980 lbs. of litter and 320 lbs. of littered recyclables from local roads during the event.
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