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AREVA Charlotte Employees Keep Community Waterways Clean

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June 05, 2015

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 5, 2015 – Through the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services’ Adopt-A-Stream Program, the AREVA Charlotte Chapter of the North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) formally adopted a section of the Little Sugar Creek near Pearle Street Park in Charlotte, N.C.

As part of their commitment, NAYGN members from AREVA and two local industry partners recently completed a third stream cleanup event on Little Sugar Creek Tributary #3. Stream cleanups occur approximately twice each year, in spring and fall, to help keep the Mecklenburg County storm water system flowing.

AREVA and two local industry partners recently completed a third stream cleanup event on Little Sugar Creek Tributary #3
AREVA and two local industry partners recently completed a third stream cleanup event on Little Sugar Creek Tributary #3

Pictured left to right: Cole Sandness, Matt Cagnetta, Adam Howell, Brooklyn Fullam, Steve Fullam, Jason Early, Monika Vrabel and Lauren Hultz.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services placed a roadside sign on the west side of Kenilworth Ave., between Charlottetowne Ave. and East Morehead St., acknowledging AREVA Charlotte NAYGN’s adoption of Little Sugar Creek Tributary #3.

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Contact

Lauren Hultz
AREVA Site Communications
Charlotte, N.C.
(704) 805-2479
Lauren.Hultz@areva.com