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Keeping an outstanding connection to create a more beautiful Tampa Bay

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Generally, when TECO team members spend time with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful’s dedicated staff and volunteers, they’re building an oyster reef to refurbish a habit. Or removing invasive plant species by the ton. Or helping an ecosystem grow with new … Continue reading

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TECO team members stood atop the hill, looked around, and it was good

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“I didn’t even know that hill was there until today!” said Christina Arenas, environmental program manager with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful, as she surveyed the hard work by TECO volunteers and others to restore the natural habitat along the McKay … Continue reading

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Between gunshots and chainsaws, a habitat gets a haircut

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If only clearing more than 14,000 pounds of invasive plants was as easy as giving someone a haircut. But the former is exactly what happened along the banks of McKay Bay in Tampa on March 31 – and rows of … Continue reading

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Join TECO at America Recycles Day at Lowry Park – and bring your household items to recycle!

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A practice Tampa Electric promotes again and again – recycling – gets an infusion of new energy this Saturday as Environmental, Health and Safety participates in America Recycles Day at Lowry Park in Tampa. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. … Continue reading

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TECO’s Transmission Operations team goes big for the community

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Tampa Electric’s Transmission Operations team had the wind at their backs – and in their windmill as well – as they donated their time to the community at the Florida Learning Garden on Oct. 31. About 40 volunteers from TECO … Continue reading

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