TCI rolls one of its new trucks, part of a new fleet that includes 12 new trailers, 4 new cabs, two new vans, three new lifts.
Columbia County Habitat Executive Director Brenda Adams and TCI of NY President Brian Hemlock announced today that TCI has donated its property at 3049 Main Street in Valatie to Habitat. After the existing 2-family structure is demolished, Habitat will build a high performance energy-saving home designed by BarlisWedlick Architects (BWA).
TCI Presents Environmental Scholarship Awards to Four Seniors from Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School
TCI of New York, which prepares used transformers and other electrical equipment for recycling or safe disposal, has announced four recipients of its annual environmental scholarship award. The scholarships, totaling $1,000, are awarded to graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence in science and environmental studies.
TCI of New York, which prepares used transformers and other electrical equipment for recycling or safe disposal, today announced it has received an award for Excellence in Environmental Leadership from The Exelon Corporation, one of the largest power generators in the United States.
TCI of NY, LLC, an industry leader in the safe removal, transportation and processing of used transformers and other oil-filled electrical equipment, held a ceremonial groundbreaking today for construction of a $7 million headquarters in the Town of Coeymans, N.Y.
TCI of NY is pleased to have provided the RCS Community Library in Ravena, NY with a $6,400 gift for the purchase of new furniture.
TCI of NY has presented its 7th annual TCI of NY Environmental and Agriculture Scholarship to Ichabod Crane High School graduate and aspiring forester Olivia Walkinshaw of Kinderhook, NY.