[Fort Myers, FL] (May 22, 2020) As states and cities across the country move forward with plans to reopen parts of their economies and more people go outdoors and seek recreation in public spaces, including parks and beaches, Keep Lee County Beautiful Inc., (KLCB) would like to remind the residents of Lee County to properly dispose of trash and litter as they venture outside.
“As Lee County is reopening, we want to remind everyone that we all must continue to do our part to keep beaches, parks, waterways, and streets safe and clean. As COVID-19 continues to pose an ongoing threat, it is imperative that we stay vigilant and properly dispose of trash and litter,” said Trish Fancher, Executive Director of Keep Lee County Beautiful.
For those that do venture out to public parks and beaches, please take care to properly dispose of your trash and if the recycling bin is full, pack up your recyclables and recycle at home.
KLCB also discourages people from picking up wipes or gloves without litter collection devices, gloves, or the ability to immediately wash and sanitize your hands because the items could be contaminated. “If you use PPE, it’s your responsibility to dispose of it in a trash can,” Trish Fancher said.
For more information about Keep Lee County Beautiful, visit www.klcb.org.
About Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc.
Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc., established in 1989, is the county’s largest volunteer-based community action and education organization. This local nonprofit forms public-private partnerships and programs that engage individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their community environments.
For more information, call 239-334-3488 or visit www.klcb.org.
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