StoneAge Equipment Donation to Help with Hurricane Harvey Cleanup

The company is giving away 50 sewer nozzles for free to municipalities and contractors in Houston and the surrounding areas
StoneAge Equipment Donation to Help with Hurricane Harvey Cleanup
(Photo by Jill Carlson)

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Fifty Warthog sewer tools from StoneAge are on their way to the company’s facility in Pasadena, Texas, in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The tools will be donated to contractors and municipalities in an effort to help affected communities recover and build resiliency for another storm.

A portion of the designated Warthog sewer nozzles are slated to be given away to the municipalities of the Houston area and the surrounding communities through StoneAge’s dealer in Houston, CLS Equipment Co., or by contacting StoneAge Sewer Dealer Manager Frank Ligori. There is a limit of two free Warthog tools per municipality.

“We already have Warthog tools going to North Texas City, Galveston, Webster, Katy, Deer Park, Galena, Pasadena, Corpus Christi, Groves, and Dayton with more to come,” says Mike Taylor, StoneAge’s director of North American sales.

The remaining tools will be given away to sewer contractors and high-pressure waterblasting companies that will be assisting in the massive cleanup effort. Qualified contractors who would like to receive tools should go to the StoneAge Houston branch office, where they can be fitted with up to three free Warthog tools, designed for the pressure, flow, and length of hose run required. Tools will be distributed first-come-first-serve until all are gone.

StoneAge has also sent two employees from its Colorado headquarters, Kevin Dickson and Kevin Simmons, to Houston to assist with the cleanup efforts.

“Having lived in Houston most of my life, it has been heartbreaking to see the destruction left behind by Harvey,” says Faran Fatehi, StoneAge Houston’s office manager. “The donation of these sewer tools is an incredibly kind gesture that will help Houston as we start to rebuild."


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