Hamilton Township, the Hamilton Township School District, and SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton have teamed up to give back to our first responders, according to TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville.

All first responders in Mercer County are welcome to bring their work and/or personal vehicles for a complimentary sanitizing TODAY (May 8th) at Steinert High School, near Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton, 2900 Klockner Road, Hamilton Township, from 10am until 4pm. The SERVPRO sanitization experts will do a "towel surface wipe down and microbial misting throughout the vehicle," according to the article.

Jeff Martin, Mayor of Hamilton Township (and friend of 94.5 PST) said, “Every day our first responders show up, without complaint, putting themselves on the front line to protect us. We are grateful for their service every day, but especially during these trying times. SERVPRO’s generosity to give back and help ensure that our first responders remain safe is one way our community has proven that we can get through anything if we help one another.”

This isn't the first time SERVPRO has stepped up.  Since this health emergency started, they've sanitized some local police department vehicles, and many Fire and EMS stations in the area.

Incase you're wondering, the article states, "SERVPRO’S disinfectants are EPA registered, cause no harm to the environment and SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton is fully licensed and insured."

Thank you, SERVPRO. It's absolutely a wonderful thing you're doing. I love all the kindness that's coming out of this pandemic. I hope it sticks around when this is over.

SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton is located at 165 3rd Street, Building 5 in Bordentown. Call them at (609) 894-8555.