Sunday, November 26, 2017

#BombTrucks NG Advantage in the news (puff piece)

Food donation

TICONDEROGA — NG Advantage recently donated a full pallet of nonperishable food items to the Ticonderoga Food Pantry. The contribution will help the pantry serve families and residents of Ticonderoga and Putnam by providing ingredients for warm meals.

"NG Advantage is committed to supporting the communities we and our clients serve," NG Advantage CEO Rico Biasetti said in a media release. "We are thankful for the opportunity to make an immediate, positive impact on our neighbors in need, especially during the holiday season, and hope other companies will join the effort as well."

The Ticonderoga Food Pantry has already handed out dozens of Thanksgiving dinners to local families.

"These kinds of generous donations help to ensure that we are prepared to serve the community that relies on us for resources throughout the year," said Margaret Beurelein, the pantry's director.

NG Advantage customer International Paper recommended the pantry as an important community organization that could use donations.

NG Advantage provides the economic and environmental benefits of clean-burning natural gas to boiler and kiln operators located beyond the reach of pipelines via one of the largest virtual pipeline trailer fleets in the U.S.

The company's current customers include large regional hospitals, paper mills, asphalt plants, food processors, industrial dry cleaners, manufacturing facilities and local distribution companies. The company, which is majority owned by Clean Energy Fuels, is expanding nationwide from its base in the Northeast.

(NOTE: Clean Energy Fuels was founded by billionare T. Boone Pickens, who created the Pickens Plan, a plan to convert over vehicle fleets and commercial buildings to natural gas. )

William Huston:
Binghamton NY

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