Trucks & Parts Purchases New Way Rear Loader From EREF Charity Auction
Trucks & Parts was honored to be the winning bidder of a new Isuzu New Way rear load garbage truck at the recent Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) charity auction held at Waste Expo in New Orleans. This charitable contribution supports the EREF’s continued mission to pioneer scientific research and education in sustainable waste management practices.
The Isuzu rear loader truck was generously donated to the auction by New Way Trucks and Trivista Companies, Inc. New Way Trucks, teaming up to make this charitable contribution. Their combined donation speaks volumes about their commitment to supporting environmental causes and the waste management industry’s ongoing evolution.
Trucks & Parts, a long-standing supporter of the EREF, was proud to play a part in advancing EREF’s critical objectives and has a long history of not just endorsing but actively contributing to the EREF’s cause of promoting sustainable waste management and recycling practices. This recent purchase of the Isuzu rear loader is just one example of Trucks & Parts’ commitment to supporting this noble cause.
The EREF’s mission is to facilitate and fund groundbreaking scientific research and educational initiatives for sustainable solid waste management practices. This charity auction serves as a way to raise the necessary funds to fulfill this mission. The contribution from Trucks & Parts, New Way Trucks, and Trivista Companies, Inc. will greatly aid the EREF in funding innovative research, scholarships, and educational initiatives that encourage a sustainable future in waste management.
As a leading dealer in commercial trucks, Trucks & Parts understands the significant role that sustainable practices and advancements in waste management technology can play in shaping a greener and cleaner future. The purchase of the Isuzu rear loader not only adds to our inventory of garbage trucks, but also aligns perfectly with our core values and commitment to sustainability.