National Storm Recovery (OTC: NSRI), a leading provider of environmentally beneficial solutions for tree and storm-waste disposal, has three substantial agreements in place as it gets ready for the 2020 storm season. A recent article discussing the company reads, “In an industry where need for essential services is rising, the contracts NSRI already has in place is a strong indication of the company’s value and credibility. On July 1, 2019, NSRI entered into a three-year agreement with one of the largest waste disposal companies. This agreement allows NSRI to lease the disposal company’s yard-waste facility to operate NSRI’s biomass recycling facility in Apopka, Florida. The facility’s grand opening took place on October 2, 2019 (http://ibn.fm/VNhaa). . . . Furthermore, NSRI was awarded a three-year contract with two one-year renewals from the town of Oakland, Florida, on August 14, 2019. This contract calls for emergency debris and tree-removal services. . . . In addition, NSRI was awarded a contract on September 10, 2019, as the primary contractor for the Orange County [Florida] Public Schools Tree Trimming and Removal Services. This contract is for a three-year term, also with two one-year renewals. The agreement encompasses 267 properties. These properties include schools, administrative sites and technical colleges as well as maintenance facilities.”
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About National Storm Recovery Inc.
National Storm Recovery, through its subsidiaries, provides tree services, debris hauling and removal, biomass recycling, mulch manufacturing, packaging and sales. The company was established with the objective of providing a solution for the treatment and handling of tree debris that has historically been disposed of in landfills, creating an environmental burden and pressure on disposal sites around the nation. The company and its Sustainable Green Team’s solutions are founded in sustainability, based on vertically integrated operations that begin with collecting of tree debris through its tree services division and collection sites, then through its processing division, recycling and using that tree debris as a feedstock that is manufactured into a variety of organic, attractive, next-generation mulch products that are packaged and sold to landscapers, installers and garden centers. The company plans to expand its operations through a combination of organic growth and strategic acquisitions that are both accretive to earnings and are positioned for rapid growth from the resulting synergistic opportunities identified. The company’s client base includes governmental, residential and commercial customers. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.NationalArborCare.com.
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