The Carmeuse Lime & Stone Port Inland operation recently pulled together a team of 14 employees who volunteered their time to clean up the roadside of their adopted section of highway.
Port Inland adopted its two-mile stretch of highway through the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Adopt-a-Highway program just last year, so this was the first spring roadside cleanup for the Port Inland team.
The Adopt-a-Highway program helps keep Michigan’s highway roadsides looking clean and attractive. Through the program, organizations, companies and individuals adopt sections of state highway roadside for which they are responsible over a two-year period.
Staffed by up to 2,000 employees throughout 28 production facilities in Eastern U.S. and Canada, with North America operations headquartered in Pittsburgh, Carmeuse not only offers products, but also value-added services such as technical support, application support and logistics support to optimize customer processes.