Hurricane Ida was a deadly and destructive Category 4 Atlantic hurricane that became the second-most damaging and intense hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. state of Louisiana on record, behind Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Our team at Hart Fueling was quick to make the decision to help the communities affected.
Fueling Support During Hurricane Ida
When mother nature strikes, having stable infrastructure and emergency units in place can make a huge difference for many in the path of the storm. Our team was able to support communities along the gulf of Louisiana during Hurricane Ida. Hart supported many businesses and essential services with fuel deliveries, emergency fleet fueling, generator refueling, dedicated fuel trucks, and mobile fueling stations for:
- Local and State Utility Companies
- Equipment Rental
- Reefers (food preservation transport)
- Cell Towers
- Over 40 Grocery Stores
- Tractor Supply Company
- Local and Regional Hospitals
- Organ Donation Agencies
- Food Share Centers
- American Red Cross
- Restoration Companies
- Home Depot
- Chemical Company
Serving People First
As Hart continues to grow as a Fuel Servicing Business, it is our priority to put people and community first. It was an honor to serve those in need during Hurricane Ida. While we hope catastrophe never strikes, we are proud to come alongside those serving. If you are in need of fueling services, please get in touch with us.
In addition, take a look at our gallery below of some photos from our time in the Gulf during Hurricane Ida.