AB&I Team Removes Debris from Elmhurst Creek
At McWane, we are committed to giving back to the communities where our team members live and work. One example of that commitment is AB&I’s adoption of Elmhurst Creek which runs directly behind the AB&I property as part of the Oakland Adopt-a-Spot Program. AB&I’s team members volunteered once again to remove debris from in and around the creek.
Andy Berg and Jesse Tom led the effort recruiting volunteers from different departments. Volunteers worked tirelessly cleaning the creek and picking up approximately 3 yards of trash, including a shopping cart, fire hydrant, plywood, plastic wrappers, and lots of spray paint cans. They also cut down overgrown weeds and bushes, and approximately 10 yards of brush.
Many team members expressed their appreciation for the opportunity to help clean up the creek. This is an example of the AB&I spirit inside and outside the property boundaries.
Special thanks to the volunteers for your commitment to making the Oakland community the best it can be!
Posted on May 8, 2018, in Community Involvement & Giving and tagged AB&I, AB&I Foundry, Adopt-a-Spot, beautification, California, cleaning, community, Elmhurst, Elmhurst Creek, Environment, Oakland, volunteering. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on AB&I Team Removes Debris from Elmhurst Creek.