Mayor Rawlings promotes anti-litter campaign
Mayor Mike Rawlings is joining other North Texas Mayors taking the pledge to get Ten on Tuesday. He wants you to join the movement by also pledging to clean up our communities and keep litter from polluting our waters.
“By pledging to pick up ten pieces of trash every Tuesday, you are helping to keep our communities and waterways clean,” Rawlings said. “We are proud to join with Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield, Denton and the Tarrant Regional Water District in promoting this important regional anti-litter campaign.”
Mayor Rawlings showed his support by appearing in a commercial this morning, which will be featured on social media and advertisements this fall. It’s all part of bigger campaign called Reverse Litter.
“Reverse Litter was developed three years ago with a mission to bring awareness to the consequences that littering can have on regional waterways,” said Yvonne Dupre, Dallas Water Utilities Project Coordinator. “It has developed into a new tradition, encouraging citizens to reverse litter and recycle when they can.”
This is a win-win for all of us and it’s simple and easy. Take the pledge at reverselitter.com and share your adventures @reverselitter on Twitter and use #TenonTues.