A group from CEC Nashville recently participated in a community stream cleanup with the City of La Vergne, Tennessee. During the event, 40 bags of refuse, 50 feet of silt fence, vinyl siding, lumber, and numerous plastic bottles/bags were collected along the Hurricane Creek Greenway. The area had seen several large flooding events over the past few years, leading to pollution in the stream.
The effort was led by Hands On Nashville, an organization whose programs have connected volunteers with opportunities to support more than 200 nonprofits, schools, and other civic organizations for more than 30 years.
Nashville office volunteers included Clark Chewning, Bert Morton, Lindsay Wilson-Kokes, Christine Guy-Baker, and Emily Reed. Along with the Nashville office volunteers, more than 20 volunteers from the Rutherford County area came to support the City of La Vergne’s efforts.
About CEC Nashville
CEC Nashville opened in 1998 with the acquisition of a small transportation engineering firm. Our office provides services in civil/site engineering, geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture, survey/geospatial, ecological sciences, waste management, environmental engineering, water resource engineering, traffic/transportation, and GIS. We specialize in ecosystem restoration, mitigation banking, listed species, wetland and stream determinations, floodplain management and modeling, MS4 permits and compliance, wastewater engineering, solid waste management, site planning and engineering design, landscape architecture, due diligence services, survey, municipal engineering and infrastructure, and construction inspection services
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