BPI manufactures, donates 11,000 bottles of hand wash to first responders, community

A Smith's employee hands out bottles of hand wash to community members. BPI Labs recently manufactured and donated 11,000 bottles to first responders, essential workers and the community. The donation was in addition to the 11,000 bottles of sanitizer the company donated last week. (HERALD PHOTO/Kayne Pyatt)

EVANSTON — Eleven thousand 4-ounce bottles of hand wash donated by BPI Labs was distributed to health and medical organizations, first responders, and the public through the coordination of Sue Norman with the local coronavirus response team on Thursday, April 23. Once again, Western Wyoming Beverage donated the use of their facility for the drive-thru pickup of boxes of hand wash.

Four city of Evanston employees; Wesley Selby, Jason Hergert, Bruce Hartzel and Trevor Pulver — wearing face masks for safety — loaded boxes into the vehicles. Sue Norman and Tammy Halliday supervised and made sure each organization got the right number of boxes.

Boxes to be given for public distribution had a sticker on each one stating the donation was given by BPI and those boxes with extra bottles of hand wash were distributed at Cazin’s/Ace Hardware, Smith’s Food & Drug, City Drug, the Evanston post office, The Lumberyard and Uinta County Public Health.


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