Saturday Earth Month clean-up opportunities set

| April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
(Photo by Marybeth Racette, U.S. Army Reserve-Theater Support Group &amp 9th Mission Support Command) Civilian volunteers from the TSGÕs Environmental Section of the Directorate of Installation Management and several 9th Mission Support Command volunteers participate for the 7th consecutive year in the City and County Stormwater Branches at Pearl City Mauka to Makai Bike Path cleanup, 2014.

(Photo by Marybeth Racette, U.S. Army Reserve-Theater Support Group &amp 9th Mission Support Command)
Civilian volunteers from the TSGÕs Environmental Section of the Directorate of Installation Management and several 9th Mission Support Command volunteers participate for the 7th consecutive year in the City and County Stormwater Branches at Pearl City Mauka to Makai Bike Path cleanup, 2014.

 

CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
Press Release
HONOLULU — The Department of Facility Maintenance (DFM) Storm Water Quality Branch, as part of its Earth Month activities, will be conducting community clean-ups throughout the month of April.

This coming Saturday, clean-ups will be held at the Pearl Harbor Bike Path, at President William McKinley High School and in Manoa.

The annual Pearl Harbor Bike Path cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, at 7:30 a.m. Volunteers will meet at the Neal S. Blaisdell Park.

The Ala Moana Lions Club is organizing the McKinley Adopt-A-Block clean-up, scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. Please call 839-2861 for more information.

The Manoa Adopt-A-Stream cleanup will be held at 10 a.m. and is being coordinated by Malama Manoa. Please call 988-5069 for more information.

All volunteers must be 12 years of age and older and will need to sign a release form to participate in the cleanups.

Participants should anticipate getting dirty. Wear covered shoes, use sun protectioN and bring water to drink.

The DFM partners with businesses, schools, government, and military organizations on service projects. These events offer community service and learning opportunities for residents, fostering awareness of non-point source pollution and water quality issues, and creating partnerships between residents and government.

For more information, please visit www.cleanwaterhonolulu.com or call 768-3267.

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