Linden Police Department uses Phillips 66 donation to purchase mobile generator and trailer

At the purchase of a mobile generator and trailer are, Linden Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka; Carol A. Ziegler, public affairs manager for Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery; police Chief James M. Schulhafer; Mary Phillips, community relations coordinator for Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery, and police Captain and Office of Emergency Management Coordinator David Hart.
At the purchase of a mobile generator and trailer are, Linden Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka; Carol A. Ziegler, public affairs manager for Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery; police Chief James M. Schulhafer; Mary Phillips, community relations coordinator for Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery, and police Captain and Office of Emergency Management Coordinator David Hart.

The Linden Police Department recently used a $25,000 donation from Phillips 66 Company’s Disaster Relief Fund to purchase a mobile generator and trailer. The generator was purchased from Power Innovations Inc., of American Fork, Utah. As part of the agreement, the company agreed to paint and customize the generator for the police department at no charge.

The donation was made to the police department in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, when emergency workers had to scramble to borrow portable generators from other agencies to use as needed. This 65-kilowat generator can supply enough power to generate electricity for a small building, if needed. The generator was also recently put on display at the Police Exposition in Atlantic City in late June.

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