Volunteers for Renew Our Rivers in Alabama had another successful year removing more than 350,000 pounds of trash and debris. The volunteers – more than 3,600 strong – worked through a harsh, cold winter, extreme heat in the summer and a drought in the fall to remove trash and Read More
According to the Alex City Outlook, volunteers for Renew Our Rivers removed more than 20 tons of trash at the two-day cleanup on Lake Martin Nov. 4 and 5. Click here for the complete article. Read More
An estimated 140 volunteers attended the R.L. Harris Lake cleanup last month. Thanks in part to great weather, the three-day event brought a record turnout Oct. 25-27. “In the 25 years that I have worked this event, I have never seen this many volunteers,” said Read More
Alabama Power’s Shoreline Management is hosting a free public education forum Monday, Nov. 7 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Gadsden Convention Hall to provide information about Neely Henry Lake projects, operations, and issues. Presentations from Shoreline Management, Read More
Alabama Power is committed to partnering with our neighbors to clean up our waterways.
Visit our official corporate page here.
Renew Our Rivers has grown from a single river cleanup event in Gadsden to a nationally recognized campaign that includes Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and the Florida panhandle, six river systems and brings together thousands of volunteers each year.
You can count on Alabama Power to continue working hard to make Alabama a better place to live.
Sign up to volunteer along the lake nearest you during Renew Our Rivers. Contact the coordinator listed on the schedule for details and directions.
Alabama Power, with the help of volunteers around the Southeast, removed more than 12 million pounds of trash from 2000 to 2012 through Renew Our Rivers. The trash and debris removed includes bottles and cans to tires, water heaters, refrigerators and boats.