MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris Township Office of Emergency Management has received a donation of Decontamination Bucket Kits from the East Hanover Home Depot.
The store donated 10 Decontamination Bucket Kits which include a garden hose, nozzle, Dawn dish soap, scrub brush, spray bottle, and cleaning wipes. The kits will be used by the Morris Township Fire Department in their decontamination trailer. The Morris Township Fire Department is the lead decontamination agency for the Morris County region and capable of performing the four types of decontamination.
Assistant store manager Deanna Coscia and store manager Miguel Perez of the East Hanover Home Depot presented the Decontamination Bucket Kits to the Township's OEM Coordinator Dan Nunn, Business Administrator Tim Quinn, Deputy Fire Chief Michael Nunn, Committeeman/OEM Deputy Coordinator Bruce Sisler, OEM volunteer Gianna Del Colle, and Morris County Fire Coordinator Lou Pepe at the East Hanover Home Depot on Thursday, July 19th.
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