Eco-Tech

Brandeis Elementary - December 16, 2014

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Atherton High School - December 10, 2014

Ecotech was pleased to provide 38 trees to Atherton High School the most recent of which were planted December 10th. We remain committed to improving the tree canopy throughout Kentuckiana and are so pleased to partner with organizations like Atherton High School.

Special thanks go out to Mike Hayman for his outstanding dedication and support. 

This brings the total number of trees we have planted since we began our 10000 trees initiative to over 2300.

We encourage other businesses to get involved and help with our tree canopy challenge. If you want to join in, please contact Bryan Slade at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Happy planting!


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Brandeis Elementary

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Byck Elementary

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Shawnee Park

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Wellington

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Henryville

The first pledge of trees went to Henryville Schools, which lost scores of trees in the March 2012 tornado that ravaged Southern Indiana.

“Trees are an important resource that we value more than ever after the destruction in our communities,” said Monty Schneider, Superintendent of West Clark Schools “This thoughtful and generous gift of trees by ecotech will benefit school children for generations to come.”

When students return to school in the fall, they will be part of planting new trees to restore shade and beauty to the campus.

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New Albany

In downtown New Albany, 10,000 Trees joined with city and civic leaders to plant trees that will improve the streetscape.

The lilac trees planted near MainSource Bank support the beautification efforts led by Keep New Albany Clean and Green, a non-profit group dedicated to community improvement.

“10,000 trees sound like a tremendous amount but when you make the commitment over time, it’s doable,” said New Albany City Councilman John Gonder, a member of the city’s Tree Board. “This is a wonderful way for ecotech to commemorate 15 years in business because it will be such a great benefit to the community.”

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Indian Hills

The City of Indian Hills, a fourth-class city northeast of downtown Louisville, joined the 10,000 Trees Partnership to help replace trees lost in recent years to storms, disease and age. Indian Hills is a tree-lined community with about 1,200 homes and 2,900 citizens.

“Our whole city is a park-like atmosphere,” said Jim Graven, Public Works Director for Indian Hills. “ecotech is helping us continue replacing the trees that make our city special.”

Indian Hills and ecotech have developed “a great working relationship” in the three years since the company became the waste services provider for the city, said Indian Hills Mayor Thomas Eifler Sr.

“We truly appreciate what ecotech is doing for our community and other cities throughout the region with the 10,000 Trees Partnership,” Eifler said.

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Holiday Schedule

For your convenience we have posted our holiday schedule on our website. To find out if your day of service is affected by a holiday, please view the 2017 Schedule.

Contact

PO Box 36557
Louisville, KY 40233-6557

6108 Sable Mill Ct.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
P.502.935.1130 F.502.935.5381
Bullitt Co, KY Residents Call 502.921.0548