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WRT helping with Hurricane Sandy
Last week, Hurricane Sandy made landfall across three of Water Resource Technologies coverage states. With the storm quickly approaching we acted quickly to stock up on crucial supplies to better serve our customers after the storm. After the passing of the historic storm, WRT was quick to react to the hardest hit areas. The pictures to the left and below are from a community located on the Connecticut coast who are currently in the middle of a project to sewer their community. For three days, service technicians worked around the clock to ensure that all wastewater was pumped from their homes. Our technicians manually pumped out 300+ tanks using generators and were able to avoid any additional damages to homes during the power outages.
Over the past weekend, Water Resource Technologies placed a $2,000 donation to the American Red Cross to help aid in the recovery efforts. A link to the website where donations can be made has been posted on our website or can be made at www.redcross.org.
As we move into the first full week after the storm we continue to work around the clock to provide service to our customers in need. If you are in need of pump service, please contact us today at 1-877-978-4286 or contact your local service center directly.
Marine Mammal Conservancy Receives Generous Donation
A South Florida sales manager for Water Resource Technologies, a company that provides waste water treatment systems, Bell was making a preliminary site inspection at the ATT facility when his curiosity led him to explore activity on the adjoining property. He was soon met by an MMC volunteer, who advised him that he was trespassing. A dialogue ensued and within minutes, Bell found himself on the water amongst six stranded pilot whales and the volunteers who were trying to save them. Read More