We’ve written previously about Rover Pipeline’s commitment to improving communities along their construction route, covering the $10,000 donations made to emergency management agencies in 18 counties throughout Ohio.
Now Rover is expanding the scope of their charitable contributions, bringing additional $10,000 donations to emergency management agencies in 5 counties that Rover runs through in West Virginia. As the director of the Marshall County Office of Emergency Management director Tom Hart notes,
“Over the past eight or nine years, we’ve been able to build a relationship with the various companies that have been coming into Marshall County…We appreciate the fact that they’re reaching out to us and are willing to work with the first responders agencies and public officials, with regards to what they’re doing and what they’re trying to achieve, but also in making safety their primary goal. We’re working together to achieve those goals, and make sure everyone’s on the same page.”
In total, Rover will be donating to emergency management agencies in 27 counties spanning all four states that Rover runs through, once again showing that energy infrastructure projects improve communities in a number of ways, from job creation to donations like these.