PHOTO: Refinery Participates In Union County “Adopt-A-Park” Program

LINDEN–Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery New Hire Network employees and summer interns take time out from their Warinanco Park cleanup for a photo op. Pictured in the first row from left are Wendy Gu, Stephanie Jou, Christine Hildenbrand, and Sandi Von Ohlen. Second row from left: David Smith, Jeffrey Swope, Amit Singhal, Stan Holubowski, Patrick Robinson, Bob Vitt, Hiral Sanghvi, and James (Chuck) Newell. (Photo courtesy of Mary Phillips, Bayway Refinery Community Relations Coordinator)

Betty Ann Kelly, environmental specialist for the Union County Department of Parks & Community Renewal, supervised the group and answered questions about the plentiful flora around the lake. The group worked hard despite the midday heat to remove invasive plants (mugwort, mile-a-minute, bindweed and Canada thistle) and litter from the shoreline restoration project and to repair fencing.

Kelly thanked the group for their participation in Union County’s Adopt-A-Park Program, stating, “Union County relies heavily on groups like Phillips 66 (Bayway) to help us keep our parks and park projects looking great. We hope to continue our partnership with the group on other projects.”



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