Honda Mfg. of Alabama Associates Team Up to Clean Up





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Published on May 16, 2012

More than 60 Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) associates and family members took to the roads in Lincoln Saturday as part of the "Don't Drop it on Alabama" 2012 Community Cleanup Day.

The Honda volunteers -- including Honda associates, friends and family members -- picked up roadside litter along five miles of roads in Lincoln during the three-hour-long cleanup effort and together, collected hundreds of pounds of roadside debris.
In 2008, Honda became an active partner with Alabama PALS (People Against a Littered State) through its "Adopt A Mile" program. In an effort to "Keep Alabama The Beautiful," HMA has committed to picking up roadside litter along U.S. Hwy 78 near Honda's 3.5 million square foot facility.

Once again, this year Honda teamed up with Alabama PALS and the Alabama Department of Transportation to collect roadside litter from north and south of Honda Drive from the intersection of U.S. 78; along the edge of Colvin Road; and U.S. 78 -- from the Honda Drive intersection toward downtown Lincoln.

Hundreds of pounds of household waste -- including scrap tires, metal, electronics, batteries, paint cans and used oil -- were also collected for recycling during the automaker's annual "Recycle Day" Saturday at the Lincoln facility.

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