Environmental Express Steps Up to Help Fellow Carolinians Recover from Hurricane Florence

Located in Charleston, SC, Environmental Express has weathered many storms over the past 30 years, so the company wanted to make the process of recovering from Hurricane Florence a little easier for their neighbors in North Carolina who were struck by this Category 4 hurricane on September 14, 2018.

“The storm may have passed, but its effects are still being felt,” says David Shepard, General Manager for Environmental Express. “The work has begun in many North Carolina communities to put the pieces back together and get back to some sense of normalcy. It is during these difficult times that we must pull together as neighbors and fellow Carolinians to help each other through these difficult times. This is the foundation for our One Carolina campaign.”

As soon as recovery efforts could begin, Environmental Express started their One Carolina campaign. They discounted their entire line of products for its North and South Carolina customers to help them repair, rebuild, restock, and to help offset the costs of the increased water testing that would be needed. In addition, Environmental Express extended a helping hand by letting customers know, whether they are at work or home, the Environmental Express team was only a phone call away to help in any way possible.

Environmental Express, a part of Cole-Parmer, is a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of environmental laboratory equipment and consumable supplies for commercial, governmental, industrial and academic laboratories worldwide. Our company provides an entire range of laboratory products used in applications such as water/wastewater analysis, oil and grease analysis, metals analysis and hazardous waste analysis. We pride ourselves on providing innovative products, superior technical support, knowledgeable customer service and expedited shipping.

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