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Sustainable Green Team Ltd. (SGTM) Dispatches Team to Aid in Recovery Efforts After Hurricane Laura

  • SGTM dispatched team from subsidiary National Storm Recovery to assess damages caused by Hurricane Laura, participate in the recovery efforts
  • National Storm Recovery specializes in clearing storm debris, recycling natural waste caused by hurricanes into organic products such as mulch or playground surfacing material
  • The hurricane is said to have destroyed parts of Louisiana’s power grid, has interrupted clean water supply in Lake Charles metro area
  • Meteorologists have forecast that this hurricane season could lead to formation of above-average 13-19 storms over course of the year

Sustainable Green Team (OTC: SGTM), a leading provider of environmentally beneficial solutions for tree and storm waste disposal, has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, National Storm Recovery LLC, has deployed one of its teams to assess the damages wrought by Hurricane Laura and to plan on the recovery efforts in conjunction with regional governing agencies.

Hurricane Laura made landfall on the morning of August 27, wreaking havoc in both Louisiana and Texas, with meteorologists classing the storm as one of the strongest hurricanes to strike both states since at least 1856 (http://nnw.fm/PDHdi). The hurricane is said to have destroyed parts of Louisiana’s power grid, with its 150-mph winds causing devastating damage to homes in the region and contributing to at least 17 deaths in Louisiana and Texas.

“We expect the recovery to be as difficult and challenging as we have ever faced in the past,” said Phillip May, president and CEO of Entergy Louisiana. “Customers should expect extended power outages lasting weeks” (http://nnw.fm/ttkBC).

Hurricane Laura is also said to have knocked out most of the water service to the Lake Charles metro area, located in southwestern Louisiana, according to City Administrator John Cardone.

“There were a lot of uprooted trees on private property,” he said. “If they got the water lines on the private property, we’d need to go there and locate it. If people are evacuated, we don’t know where the leaks are.”

An initial assessment carried out by Sustainable Green Team’s employees as well as live updates of the recovery efforts and video coverage, can be accessed via the company’s social media accounts (http://nnw.fm/tJi5D).

“Our hearts and prayers go out to all the families that have been affected by this devastating storm,” said SGTM CEO and Director Tony Raynor. “Our company is committed to getting communities back on their feet again. I have personally been involved with over 25 different storm and recovery projects throughout the country and have managed millions of cubic yards of storm debris.”

Unfortunately, the devastation caused by Hurricane Laura this year may fail to be an isolated event. Earlier this year, experts had warned that conditions were ‘ripe for a major Atlantic hurricane in 2020,’ as an ominous combination of warm ocean water and seasonal weather patterns combined to create a potentially devastating scenario. During an average year, approximately 12 name storms are formed, ranging from relatively short-lived tropical storms to full-fledged hurricanes earning an official moniker. However, this year, forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have predicted that anywhere from 13 to 19 large storms could spin up, with as many as six transforming into major hurricanes (http://nnw.fm/VImEd).

SGTM’s subsidiary, National Storm Recovery LLC, specializes in providing customers with tree services, debris hauling and removal, and bio-mass recycling, among other services. The company operates a vertically integrated model, which allows it to transform natural waste created by hurricanes, ice storms and floods into useful organic products that benefit the environment through tree services that include debris hauling, biomass recycling, waste removal, mulch manufacturing, packaging and sales, and the production of playground surface material.

To learn more about Sustainable Green Team Ltd., view the investor presentation at http://nnw.fm/UpXmd.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to SGTM are available in the company’s newsroom at http://nnw.fm/SGTM

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