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Posted on: December 9, 2019

[ARCHIVED] UL Employees Thanked by Town Officials for Assisting in Cleanup Efforts

UL Cleanup Resize

Town of Babylon Supervisor Rich Schaffer recently joined with Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez and Councilman Terry McSweeney to recognize employees of UL who took part in cleanups at Carll’s River and Santapogue Creek. Over 50 UL employees participated in three cleanups to remove litter and debris at these sites, where they also took part in interactive discussions with the town’s Department of Environmental Control about environmental programs and issues in the area. Joining the town officials to honor the UL employees were Robyn Silvestri from Save the Great South Bay, who helps coordinate these cleanups with the town, and Lindenhurst Mayor Michael Lavorata, who is also a UL employee and took part in the cleanups.

Pictured from left to right are Deputy Supervisor Martinez; Councilman McSweeney; Mayor Lavorata; Arthur Mastronarino, UL Senior Laboratory Manager; Robyn Silvestri, Save the Great South Bay; Kimberly Dempsey, UL Human Resources; Iris Rivera, UL Sustainability Project Specialist; Supervisor Schaffer; Rich Groh, Town of Babylon Chief Environmental Analyst; James Ferrauiolo, Town of Babylon Environmental GIS Analyst; and Emily Sweet, Town of Babylon Environmental GIS Analyst.

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