From Thermotane’s perspective, the recent contribution to the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens and the Orianne Center for Indigo Conservation (OCIC) represents a significant milestone in our ongoing commitment to supporting local community initiatives and environmental conservation. As a Sanford-based company, we take immense pride in being actively involved in enhancing the welfare and sustainability of our local institutions.
Our decision to donate and install propane tanks, tankless water heaters, and generators at both the Zoo and the OCIC was driven by our understanding of the critical role these facilities play in wildlife conservation and education. By providing these state-of-the-art installations, we aim to equip the Zoo and OCIC with more efficient and eco-friendly energy sources. This move aligns perfectly with Thermotane’s core values of promoting sustainable practices and supporting organizations that make a positive impact on the environment.
Our President, Chandler Robertson, who also serves as the Board Chair of the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens, has been instrumental in fostering this partnership. Chandler’s leadership and dedication to both Thermotane and the Zoo reflect our company’s ethos of community involvement and environmental stewardship.
We believe that these new installations will not only reduce operational costs for the Zoo and OCIC but also serve as educational tools to showcase the benefits of using cleaner energy sources. As a propane provider, we understand the importance of reducing carbon footprints, and we are thrilled to see these facilities adopt more sustainable energy solutions.
At Thermotane, we remain committed to supporting the Zoo and OCIC in their future endeavors. This donation is just one of the many ways we express our dedication to the community and the environment. We look forward to seeing the positive impact our contributions will have on the Zoo’s conservation education efforts and the overall well-being of the animals and plants in their care. Our team is excited about this partnership and is eager to continue providing support whenever needed, ensuring that the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens remains a beacon of conservation and environmental education in our community.