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BP Funded Environmental Initiatives as Part of Multi-Site Agreement


2010 - 2011

April 12, 2011 - BP provides $8,000 to Creek Connections, part of Allegheny College's Natural Sciences Division, which provides assistance and materials to K-12 teachers for on-going water quality investigations throughout the French Creek, Allegheny and Ohio River watersheds.

April 12, 2011 - BP provides $31,570 to the French Creek Valley Conservancy to purchase and protect a 15.3 acre parcel along French Creek.

April 12, 2011 - BP provides $17,580 to the Upper Chichester Township, Delaware County for a variety of improvement projects throughout the township.


2008 - 2009

Feb. 12, 2009 - BP, through the Allegheny Land Trust, donated $40,725 to fund a land acquisition project conserving 75 acres adjacent to Allegheny County's North Park.


2007

Nov. 26, 2007 - BP donates $4,525 to the following Boy Scouts of America Councils for environmental projects. Minsi Trail Council (PDF)


Moraine Trail Council (PDF)

Northeast Pennsylvania Council (PDF)

Aug. 9, 2007 - Acquires Land for Pennsylvania Game Commission in Lycoming County (PDF)

Feb. 16, 2007 - DEP Secretary Dedicates Solar Power System At DEP Southeast Regional Office


2006

BP donated $22,625.00 for DEP-BP approved environmental initiatives throughout the commonwealth. BP and DEP used $2,534.84 of the total available money to purchase 35 95-gallon recycling carts for the collection of recyclable materials at schools in Cameron, Clearfield, Columbia and Northumberland counties in DEP’s Northcentral Region. Pictured below is one of the recycling carts being used at both Berwick Middle School and Berwick High School in Colombia County. The school district is very happy with the recycling containers because the containers are very visible for students, large enough to hold a lot of recyclables, and because they are wheeled, making them easier for school staff to empty.


2005

March 30, 2005 - Solar Panels Power Backup System for Critical Infrastructure at Governor's Residence