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Castlegar's Zellstoff Celgar group rides into the healthy spotlight

Pictured (L-R) are: Kevin Olesen

During the week of May 26 to June 1 Zellstoff Celgar employees participated in the Bike to Work Kootenays Challenge. the squad pedaled their way to the top – Most Kilometres Cycled by a team: 1,348.40.

The Kootenays had a total of 170 riders who cycled 7,280 km.  The 13 teams saved a total of 1578 kg Green House Gases.  Zellstoff was awarded the Most Km’s Cycled by a Team being 1,348.40 km which saved 292 kg Green House Gases Saved.

Zellstoff Celgar will be donating two bike racks to the Millennium Park for all the efforts put forward by the team.  Zellstoff Celgar has participated in this event for 3 years and this is their third award for Most km’s Cycled by a Team.

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