Auborn Hills, MI (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
A group of 25 employees from Peninsula Plastics volunteered at the 40th annual Clinton River Clean-Up located in the southeast portion of Michigan on Saturday, September 8, 2012.
The Clinton River Clean-Up, hosted by the Clinton River Watershed Council, has been occurring yearly since 1972. Each year, volunteers from the community, business and other organizations gather to collect trash along the river and from the nearby trails. Invasive species are also removed and storm drains are created. This event keeps one of the many beautiful bodies of water in Michigan clean and open for recreational activities.
In addition to the Clinton River, the Clinton River Watershed Council also works to care for and enhance the river’s watershed and Lake St. Clair. This non-profit organization’s efforts go towards preserving these natural resources and also maintaining them for inhabitants and outdoor enthusiasts.
The group of volunteers from Peninsula Plastics worked on cleaning up the area of the river across from the company’s office, which is located at 2800 Auburn Court in Auburn Hills, MI. During their experience cleaning up debris, the group was able to successfully remove an orange construction barrel and a tire from the river.
Peninsula Plastics has been in business since 1980. The company, which originally only made custom packaging for the automotive industry and worked out of one facility, has now grown into three facilities and offers numerous thermoforming solutions to their customers. For more information about Peninsula Plastics, check out their website: http://www.peninsulaplastics.com/.
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