Resource Management, Inc. Assists in Disaster Relief Efforts
In response to the devastation left by Hurricane Irene, Resource Management, Inc.(RMI) will donate up to 10,000 cubic yards of erosion-resistant topsoil to the rebuilding efforts. The topsoil, called NutraSoil, is highly erosion resistant and is ideal for slope stabilization and roadside construction, as well as gravel pit reclamation, agricultural field restoration and athletic field construction.
“We are saddened by the damage left by Hurricane Irene and its impact on our neighbors, but we are pleased to support our community and help speed the rebuilding efforts by donating NutraSoil,” said Shelagh Connelly, president, RMI. “This donation is in keeping with RMI’s tradition of community support; in 2008 we donated topsoil to help restore farm fields after the Alstead floods of 2006.”
Municipalities and businesses that wish to obtain NutraSoil topsoil must contact RMI in advance to arrange pick-up. The topsoil will be available for pick-up at RMI’s facility in New Hampton beginning Monday, September 12, 2011, from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. RMI will donate up to 10,000 cubic yards of topsoil in total and donations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis.
The company will assess a minimal loading fee of $2.50 per cubic yard.
To receive a donation of NutraSoil and to schedule pick-up, please contact RMI at 888-536-8998.
For more information about our RMI services or products, please contact us at RMI@RMIrecycles.com.