Black Mountain Software Teams Up to Clean Up! Green Up!

In conjunction with the Polson Chamber of Commerce and The Beautification Committee of Envision Polson, Black Mountain Software contributed to the annual Clean Up! Green Up! event on Friday, April 24.

The first step to having a beautiful, welcoming community that we are all proud of is to have it trash free. Black Mountain Software ‘Green Team’ volunteers spent their Friday evening picking up trash along a two mile stretch of the Polson walking path from O’Reilly Auto Parts to Mission Valley Auto.

Both Black Mountain Software offices are located in beautiful, picturesque Montana regions. Conserving, reusing, recycling, and being mindful of our environment and planet are everyday practices at Black Mountain Software. Recycling bins are available for paper products, cardboard, aluminum, tin, plastics, backup battery packs, computers and monitors. Conservation extends to the use of CFL light bulbs, and installation of motion sensor lighting to turn on and off when necessary.

We truly love our communities and now that spring has sprung, it’s time to get rid of the papers, trash and unsightly things that are scattered among the colorful blooms and greenery. Insuring that our landscape is clean, green, healthy and beautiful doesn’t happen without our efforts on Earth Day, Clean Up! Green Up! and every day of the week.

The 2015 BMS “Green Team” included:  Melissa Sneed, Tara Snyder, Tristan Snyder, Tammi Tremper, Heather Neff, Jayne Devlin, David Morton, Donna Steele, and Kim Namen and David Tyler (both not pictured)

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