National Grid employees to help clean up Westborough's East Main Street


National Grid employees to help clean up Westborough's East Main StreetWestborough – More than 20 National Grid employees and Westborough community volunteers will participate in an Earth Day clean-up Friday, April 20, on East Main Street. The project is designed to beautify the Main Street area by removing trash and debris from public locations. The Earth Day activities in Westborough are just one of the ways in which National Grid is doing its part to give back to the communities it serves.

The East Main Street clean-up is one of 10 company-wide Earth Day events taking place throughout New York and New England. More than 700 employees will participate in the events, which are designed to help safeguard the local environment for future generations.

This is the first year that an Earth Day clean-up will be held the East Main Street site. Currently, the land is owned by National Grid, and as a part of the East Main Street substation and transmission project, this land will eventually be transferred to the Westborough Land Trust where it will become protected land for the town.

The clean-up will take place from 9 a.m. to noon, with welcome remarks, presentations, and interviews starting at 8:30 a.m. at 188 East Main St., the land adjacent to National Grid East Main Street Substation.

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