Seneca Meadows announced the latest in a series of videos informing the community about their continuing efforts to protect the environment. The new video highlights the important efforts being undertaken on site to protect surface water and ground water.
“We are always proud to highlight the work the men and women at Seneca Meadows do every day. Our team is committed to safeguarding the environment, and residents should know exactly how we approach that task. Our employees live, work, and raise their families locally. They care deeply about the environment and building a bright future for our area,” District Manager Kyle Black said.
The video is once again narrated by Seneca Meadows Regional Engineer David Pannucci. Mr. Pannucci is a graduate of Mynderse Academy and Clarkson University. By working at Seneca Meadows, he was able to have a career and move his family back to his hometown.
“One of the most exciting parts of working at Seneca Meadows is constantly being able to explore innovative ways to use energy efficient technology,” Pannucci said. “We’ve earned our reputation for going above and beyond in the community, but we will not rest on our laurels. We want to make sure our neighbors are aware of the team we have that’s exclusively dedicated to protecting surface water and groundwater.”
Monitoring, sample collections, and testing are just a part of what Seneca Meadows does to protect precious resources. As a valued partner and trusted neighbor, Seneca Meadows is committed to the community and the environment.
“We hope residents take a few minutes to learn about our team and the pride we take in our work. Keep an eye out for our next video,” Black said.
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