White Rock Wind Farm donates containers to NSW Rural Fire Service

White Rock Wind Farm has donated 45 shipping containers to the NSW Rural Fire Service.

The containers will be used for fire training and service provision across the district.

“The NSW RFS volunteers generously give their time to not only fight fires, but help prepare the community before and during bush fire season,” White Rock Wind Farm representative Sandra Royal said. 

“We are very proud to assist them to deliver their invaluable services to the community.”

Superintendent Chris Wallbridge said the NSW RFS was grateful for the donation, with the 20 foot containers to have a number of different uses including hot fire training centres, aviation support and storage.

“Air bases within Region North to receive containers include Coonabarabran, Tamworth, Armidale, Casino, Coffs Harbour, Inverell and Glen Innes,” he said.

“The ability to provide safe and realistic hot fire training for our volunteers will greatly increase their skills.”

White Rock Wind Farm donates containers to RFS.

White Rock Wind Farm donates containers to RFS.