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Cobb Honored for Improving Air Quality, Environment

Since 1999, Cobb has eliminated 265,000 miles of vehicle travel, kept 133 tons of pollution out of the air and saved $133,000 on gas and car expenses.

Cobb County employees have eliminated 265,000 miles of vehicle travel, kept 133 tons of pollution out of the air and saved $133,000 on gas and car expenses since 1999, according to Georgia Clean Air Campaign staff.

District One Commissioner Helen Goreham recently accepted a certificate of appreciation from the Georgia Clean Air Campaign on behalf of Cobb County Government. The county, and its employees, has been a long-term community partner seeking ways to improve air quality.

It costs nothing for Cobb to participate in Clean Air Campaign programs and saves money on overhead.

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