News Release: Service Pump and Supply’s WaterWork Foundation will help local communities access clean water, remove wastewater, and manage stormwater
HUNTINGTON, W.VA. – For more than 40 years, Service Pump and Supply has put service first and helped customers and local communities with their clean water, stormwater, and wastewater needs. Now, SPS is taking these community service efforts to the next level. In coordination with World Water Day, on March 22, SPS is launching the nonprofit ‘WaterWork Foundation.’
The Foundation’s mission will center on helping communities to access clean water, remove wastewater, and manage stormwater.
“Over the years, we’ve helped thousands of customers across Appalachia. We proudly work together to solve water problems and ensure they have the water they need to work, live, and play in their communities. However, we realize that fixing water infrastructure issues when they break isn’t enough. We need to address the root causes of water problems to build a more sustainable future,” said Patrick Farrell, SPS owner and President. “Time and again, we see communities decimated by flooding, or struggling to deliver clean water to citizens. These are solvable problems, and we’re committed to fixing them.”
The WaterWork Foundation will focus on supporting the people who maintain our water infrastructure through advocacy, awareness, education, service projects, and consulting services.
For more information about Service Pump and Supply’s WaterWork Foundation, contact SPS at 1 (800) 480-7867 or visit servicepump.com/waterwork.
About Service Pump and Supply
Service Pump & Supply (servicepump.com) has served customers in Appalachia since 1980. With locations in Huntington, WV; Danville, WV; Hazard; KY; and Washington, PA, SPS is strategically positioned to serve the water infrastructure needs of the Ohio Valley region.