- Colonial Pipeline had surplus furniture left over from its rented warehouse in Linden and it was occupying space we needed in one of the sea containers. The team needed room for spare parts.

Rather than tossing all of the furniture, as some of it was in good shape, the team connected with a local school. With help from Colonial contractor Billy Rock of Wood Group Mustang, Tyson Garvey, construction manager, spoke to the principal at St. Joseph's Catholic School in Carteret, N.J. They were thrilled to receive the donation and further explained that even if they could not use all the furniture at the Carteret school, they have other parishes that could use it.

Colonial's culture of community and caring continues to shine throughout the system with this latest, thoughtful, in-kind donation.

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