HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township and the Hamilton Township School District (HTSD) announced a partnership with SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton Thursday that will provide a complimentary sanitizing for first responders. The sanitization services will be provided free-of-charge to sanitize vehicles of first responders in the Mercer County area.
“Every day our first responders show up, without complaint, putting themselves on the front line to protect us. We are grateful for their service every day, but especially during these trying times,” said Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin. “SERVPRO’s generosity to give back and help ensure that our first responders remain safe is one way our community has proven that we can get through anything if we help one another.”
SERVPRO, which is deemed an essential business, has been sanitizing vehicles and facilities for first responders free of charge as a way of giving back to the community and honoring first responders. Since the pandemic began, they have sanitized several Police Departments and 13 Fire/EMS stations In both Hamilton and Bordentown Townships.
Hamilton Township Superintendent of Schools Dr. Scott Rocco said, “We appreciate the opportunity to continue our ongoing collaboration with Hamilton Township by providing a space for SERVPRO to service the vehicles of first responders. Our first responders are dedicated to ensuring the safety of our community, and we thank them for their dedication and service to our community during this difficult time.”
The SERVPRO sanitization services will be in the parking lot across from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Steinert High School location at 2900 Klockner Road in Hamilton on May 8 from 10:00 am and 4:00 pm. All first response vehicles (both personal and professional) will be serviced with a towel surface wipe down and microbial misting throughout the vehicle for all first response vehicles while supplies last.
SERVPRO will be operating in a voluntary manner; no fees or tips will be exchanged. All of SERVPRO’S disinfectants are EPA registered, cause no harm to the environment and SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton is fully licensed and insured.
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