Pond’s transportation department helps keep Gwinnett clean and beautiful

Pond’s Transportation and Community Development team has been hard at work in the community participating in the Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful and Gwinnett County Department of Transportation Adopt-a-Road Program. This litter preventative initiative enables the public to help safely reduce the amount of trash, debris and illegal signage alongside Gwinnett county roadways. Clean roads help to keep the community safe and beautiful for residents and visitors.

The group adopted the roadway section of South Old Peachtree Road, from Peachtree Industrial to Medlock Bridge, in January 2017. Every three months, the transportation team members volunteer to clean and maintain this chosen section of roadway. Each adopted section of road is marked with signs designating Adopt-a-Road partners and Pond was proud to receive one after our second clean-up.

Ron Osterloh, Pond Senior Vice President of Transportation and Community Development, said volunteering with the Adopt-a-Road program is important to the transportation team and further demonstrates the team commitment to the county, as well as the Gwinnett Department of Transportation.

“Pond is extremely excited to be part of the Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful Adopt-a-Road program,” said Osterloh. “The entire staff jumped at the opportunity to make a difference in both our community and the city of Peachtree Corners.”

Learn how you can help keep Gwinnett County clean and beautiful here.

Read about Pond’s Transportation Department.