DelDOT Seeks Volunteers For Annual State-Wide Road Clean Up - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

DelDOT Seeks Volunteers For Annual State-Wide Road Clean Up

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DOVER, Del. - For the 8th year in a row, Delawareans are being asked to assist with a clean-up of Delaware's roads and community areas by participating in the 8thAnnual "Imagine A Litter-Free Delaware" Day on Saturday, October 20th.  

 

The event is organized by The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) as part of its Adopt-A-Highway program. To participate, Adopt-A-Highway groups and other volunteers should register www.deldot.gov.

There is no fee to participate. Following the cleanup, participants should either dispose of the trash themselves (i.e., via household trash pickup or state transfer station), or place it near a highway sign for DelDOT to pick up.  If you need DelDOT to remove the trash bags, please call the nearest DelDOT district office to request DelDOT to remove them as soon as possible.

 

 

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