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TRAC Ecological sponsors Broward Waterway Cleanup

Every year, volunteers donate time and equipment to clean up the waterways.

Every year, volunteers donate time and equipment to clean up the waterways.

TRAC Ecological continues its support of the annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup. Organized by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida, the cleanup takes place tomorrow. It typically attracts more than 1,200 volunteers. In addition to sponsoring the effort, TRAC Ecological team members will participate.

“It was a no-brainer for us to once again get our entire team involved,” Kevin Greene, TRAC Ecological CEO, said in a statement. “Giving back to our surrounding community is one of our core values, and this high-impact event is so closely tied to our mission as a company. It’s a natural fit.”

In 2018, volunteers on land and aboard more than 100 boats worked at 31 locations to remove trash and debris from Broward County waters.



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