It takes some extra time and effort, but seeing these things put to good use makes us feel good, and it's just the right thing to do.
(PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Hamilton Pacific Chamberlain "HPC" is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with their main office in Waldorf, Maryland and locations and contacts across the United States. HPC’s mission is to build and restore communities as veterans continuing their service to America's economy.
Being in the construction industry, HPC deals with a large amount of debris and waste. In that waste are materials and fixtures that still have a serviceable life. In an effort to reduce the massive amount of debris that is discarded into landfills, we are collaborating with Habitat for Humanity to help fulfill their mission which is to provide decent safe and affordable places to live for every man, woman, and child.
"We are seeing perfectly usable items ticketed for the landfill," said Griffin Hamilton, USN Ret., and President of HPC. "It takes some extra time and effort, but seeing these things put to good use makes us feel good, and it's just the right thing to do."
HPC has partnered previously with Habitat for Humanity and has decided to make it Standard Operating Procedure on their jobs. One of our current projects is the Veteran Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) renovation project in Martinsburg, West Virginia. We contacted Habitat for Humanity and they graciously picked up light fixtures, cabinets, furniture, trash cans, doors and appliances to be used or recycled, rather than wasted.
HPC fully intends to donate furniture and fixtures from their projects to Habitat for Humanity whenever and wherever possible to benefit this wonderful charity as well as the environment.