COLMAR, Pa. — Severn Trent Services has donated three Capital Controls® Series 480 all-vacuum gas feeders and ejectors to the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA), according to a press release.

Hurricane Gonzalo ravaged the island of Antigua this past October, resulting in an estimated $12 million to $18 million in damage to residential housing, an island-wide power outage and damage to the APUA water treatment plant’s disinfection system, stated the release.

The donated gas feed equipment from Severn Trent Services, continued the release, is being used to chlorinate the island’s drinking water supply.

“The damage and disruption caused by Hurricane Gonzalo was extensive,” said William Stimeling, senior product manager of disinfection for Severn Trent Services. “We were happy to help the island get back on its feet with equipment that made their water safe to drink.”

Severn Trent Services is a global supplier of wastewater and water treatment solutions, noted the release.

You can find the release here.