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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A major Albany industry and a non-profit group teamed up to remind you that whatever goes down storm drains could end up in our water ways.

On Friday eight groups of volunteers from MillerCoors fanned out across the city to mark dozens of storm drains.

The initiative was done in conjunction Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful as part of water stewardship month.

We caught up with some of the volunteers on Oglethorpe Boulevard near the bypass.

About 50 MillerCoors employees showed up, they plan to put together more volunteer efforts in the community.

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