KickButtColumbus held their 8th Annual Columbus Clean-Up Event this past weekend with 40 teams participating. The teams focused on cleaning up 148 ramp areas at 39 interchange locations along I-70; I-71; I-670; I-270; and SR-104. Each team was committed to making a big difference in the gateway areas to Columbus neighborhoods. Here are the numbers:trailer film Zootopia
- 757 bags containing trash/litter were collected from the ramps equalling 22,710 lbs. (11 tons)
- Two 30-yard roll-off dumpsters were filled to the top with the collection of bags and debris from the ramps
- 1,290 bags of recyclables were collected or 9,030 lbs. (4.5 tons)
The NAI Ohio Equities team consisted of Conni Hale, Michael Jennings, Sandy Jennings, April Larch,
Bruce Yuhas and Hannah Yuhas; as well as Erin Senft with Keep America Beautiful. They were the big winners on the collection of 124,289 cigarette butts from the ramp areas near the Lennox mall.
Cigarette Butts are the number one littered item in the country. “The KickButtColumbus! Highway Ramp.
Clean Up is the first tier in the city’s spring plan to remove visible litter from gateways into our
neighborhoods,” said Conni Hale, Senior Real Estate Manager with NAI Ohio Equities. “We look forward to volunteering for KickButtColumbus, as well as other Keep Columbus Beautiful events throughout the year.”
About NAI Ohio Equities
Operating as central Ohio’s largest locally owned commercial real estate company; NAI Ohio Equities, LLC Realtors has been serving the Columbus real estate market for 45 years. Our mission is to provide the highest quality real estate service by adding value to our client’s assets and real estate needs through expert analysis, market knowledge and personalized service.
As Central Ohio’s local leader in commercial real estate, NAI Ohio Equities employs more than 35
experienced agents that together make up our qualified Brokerage Department. We also have an
experienced Property Management Division managing more than 12.5 million square feet of property that includes over 10,000 units in various home owner associations, condominiums, and apartment
communities throughout Central Ohio.
For more information, please visit www.ohioequities.com.