It’s September, and that can mean a lot of different things for people. For some, it means back to school schedules. Others are wicked excited for Oktoberfest brews and pumpkin spice. Here at ECI, it means we’re transitioning from the hum and buzz of A.C. repairs and installations to the maintenance of boilers and oil fills. This year though, fall means something else to us, too.
You may have not heard, but on Friday, November 8th, there was a devastating storm, called Typhoon Haian (or Yolanda) in northern Cebu, Philippines. Although the absolute is unknown, it is known that over 10,000 people perished and over 600,000 people lost their homes. These people have been completely displaced and are in great need of food, water and medical attention.