NetworkNewsBreaks – National Storm Recovery (NSRI) is All Set for Impending Heavier-than-Normal Hurricane Season

National Storm Recovery (OTC: NSRI), a provider of storm/disaster recovery services, is gearing up in preparation for what Colorado State University researchers have predicted will be an above-average Atlantic hurricane season (http://nnw.fm/2E0oK). An article discussing the company reads, “National Storm Recovery is prepared for the upcoming season. Through its subsidiaries, including National Storm Recovery LLC, NSRI provides tree services, debris hauling, removal and biomass recycling, manufacturing, packaging and sales of next-generation mulch products. One of the company’s primary corporate objectives is to provide a solution for the treatment and handling of tree debris, a frequent by-product of hurricanes. Historically such tree debris is sent to local landfills and disposal sites, creating an environmental burden and pressure on disposal sites around the nation. NSRI is committed to creating synergistic and environmentally beneficial solutions to tree and storm waste disposal.”

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About National Storm Recovery, Inc.

National Storm Recovery Inc., based in Florida, through its subsidiaries, provides tree services, debris hauling and removal, biomass recycling, mulch manufacturing, packaging and sales. The company was established with the objective of providing a solution for the treatment and handling of tree debris that has historically been disposed of in landfills, creating an environmental burden and pressure on disposal sites around the nation. The company and its Sustainable Green Team’s solutions are founded in sustainability, based on vertically integrated operations that begin with collecting of tree debris through its tree services division, and collection sites, then through its processing division, recycling and using that tree debris as a feedstock that is manufactured into a variety of organic, attractive, next-generation mulch products that are packaged and sold to landscapers, installers and garden centers. The company plans to expand its operations through a combination of organic growth and strategic acquisitions that are both accretive to earnings and positioned for rapid growth from the resulting synergistic opportunities identified. The company’s customers include governmental, residential and commercial customers and, now, big box retailers. To learn more about National Storm Recovery, visit www.NationalArborCare.com

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