Prior to obtaining additional sand reserves and initiating plant construction, we work closely with surrounding communities to address any issues of potential concern. One of the most common areas of concern includes truck traffic. Unlike some competitors, our Wyeville processing and rail loading facilities are located on-site.
Other major concerns include noise, dust, potential water and health hazards, and ecosystem risk. We engage with communities at the earliest possible stage when evaluating these concerns for prospective sites. We regularly attend community meetings and interact often with residents to reduce any possible concerns for potential risks and disturbance. Once operations begin, we are committed to the needs of our customers and sustaining the safety of the communities where we live and work.
We also believe it is our responsibility to enhance the quality of life where we operate and become an integral part of the community. We do so by supporting local schools, volunteering in our communities and serving as the one of the largest employers in the region.
Hi-Crush Partners LP Donates $10,000 to Kermit Independent School DistrictKermit, Texas — May 24, 2017
Hi-Crush Partners LP (NYSE: HCLP), or Hi-Crush, today announced that it recently donated $10,000 to the Kermit Independent School District to help support the use of technology to aid classroom instruction across the district’s campuses. Hi-Crush is proud to support the Kermit community and enhance the education of its children through the use of technology.Continue Reading
Hi-Crush Partners LP Donates Sheffield Property to Taylor Diversion ProgramsHouston, Texas — August 5, 2016
Hi-Crush Partners LP (NYSE: HCLP), or Hi-Crush, today announced that it has donated property located in Sheffield, Pennsylvania to Taylor Diversion Programs, Inc. (“Taylor”), a non-profit organization that provides supportive prevention services for at-risk youth and their families. Hi-Crush is pleased to support a great organization while also contributing to the Sheffield community.Continue Reading