Giving Back to the Eagan Community
Nine employees from John Henry Foster volunteered their time to clean up the streets of Eagan.
According to LitterItCostsYou.Org, over $11 billion dollars is spent every year to clean up litter and 50% of littered items are cigarette butts. Cigarettes can take more than 10 years to disintegrate. But the most common object found during litter clean-up is fast food litter.
Employees were happy to volunteer their time and clean up the streets. Employees look forward to doing this again in the fall.
“It was nice knowing that I was doing something good for the neighborhood,” said Bob Quick, Service Coordinator, “And of course the nice sunshine.”