TAMUK students help San Benito promote environmental awareness

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
Managing Editor
editor@sbnewspaper.com

San Benito News photo by Michael Rodriguez Seen, from l-r, displaying no dumping signs at the San Benito Public Library Tuesday are Texas A&M University-Kingsville research engineer Augusto Sanchez and TAMUK graduate students Shrey Kankaria and Nithesh Kattekola. Also shown, far right, is City of San Benito storm water officer Jose Figueroa.

San Benito News photo by Michael Rodriguez
Seen, from l-r, displaying no dumping signs at the San Benito Public Library Tuesday are Texas A&M University-Kingsville research engineer Augusto Sanchez and TAMUK graduate students Shrey Kankaria and Nithesh Kattekola. Also shown, far right, is City of San Benito storm water officer Jose Figueroa.

Signs promoting a more environmentally-friendly San Benito are soon to be displayed at the city’s public library and Heavin Resaca Trail—this as part of a continuing partnership with Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

On Tuesday, 22-year-old Shrey Kankaria and 21-year-old Nithesh Kattekola, TAMUK graduate students studying environmental engineering, were on-hand with TAMUK research engineer Augusto Sanchez and City of San Benito storm water officer Jose Figueroa for the signs’ posting.

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