Access road cleanup goes well
Employee volunteers from Bruce Power launched a roadside cleanup on Aug. 22 covering off portions of the 2nd and 4th concessions and the three tie roads west of Highway 21.
“We picked up discarded water bottles, pop cans, coffee cups and the like,” said Barbara Goetz, Community Relations Manager. “A lot of people use these roads on their way to the Bruce Power site and the nearby provincial parks, so we thought a cleanup was warranted.”
Approval to conduct the cleanup was granted by the two controlling authorities, the Municipality of Kincardine and Bruce County Highways Department.
Bruce Power employee volunteers are now registered with Bruce County’s Adopt-a-Highway Program. Established as a public service program for volunteers to pick-up litter, it is a way for citizens and organizations to demonstrate environmental stewardship.