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National Storm Recovery Inc. (NSRI) Strong Presence in Environmentally Friendly Gardening Space

-New National Gardening Survey shows Americans choosing to garden in ways that benefit environment, wildlife
-1 million American adults converted part of their lawns to natural/wildflower landscape
-Strategic acquisition positions NSRI as “The Sustainable Green Team”

As growing numbers of people take up gardening and yard work during the worldwide pandemic (http://ibn.fm/0fLLD), a recent study shows that Americans are choosing to garden in ways that benefit the environment and wildlife. National Storm Recovery (OTC: NSRI), a leading provider of environmentally beneficial solutions for mulch products as well as tree and storm waste disposal, is committed to creating a Sustainable Green Team approach and stands to benefit from the heightened awareness of sustainability.

“The new National Gardening Survey shows people across America are purposefully planting for wildlife, making a conservation difference where they live and advancing the wildlife gardening movement,” said senior director of Garden for Wildlife Mary Phillips (http://ibn.fm/o2jET). “At the National Wildlife Federation, we hope even more people will find solace in wildlife gardening and plant with purpose, creating eco-friendly green space to relax, rejuvenate and get some much-needed outdoor time during these unprecedented times. While millions invite butterflies, birds and bees to their yards by replacing lawn with native plants, smaller habitat oases can also be created in backyards, porches, patios or even windowsills.”

According to the 2020 National Gardening Survey, conducted by the National Garden Association and the University of New Hampshire Survey Center on behalf of the National Wildlife Federation, one in four (more than 64 million American adults) purchased a plant because it was beneficial to birds, bees or butterflies; one in seven Americans (14%) purchased plants native to where they lived; and 23.1 million (9%) of American adults converted at least a portion of their lawns to natural/wildflower landscape.

This trend bodes well for NSRI. In operation for more than four decades, National Storm Recovery made a strong move into the yard and gardening space with its recent acquisition of Ohio-based Mulch Manufacturing, a 35-year-old industry leader and innovator. “This strategic acquisition has positioned us as The Sustainable Green Team,” said NSRI CEO Tony Raynor (http://ibn.fm/WMEVb), as both companies share a deep dedication to offering environmentally friendly products and services.

“This business combination has created an industry power house and, with our combined strengths, puts us in an ideal position to increase our sales and resulting margins, as our combined operations benefit from the resulting vertical integration and economies of scale,” noted Mulch Manufacturer CEO Ralph Spencer. “Not only does this transaction make good economic sense, but we both share the same vision and commitment of providing environmentally friendly products to the public. . . . The importance of our shared belief that we are ‘stewards of the environment’ should not be understated.

In addition to manufacturing, packaging and sales of next-generation, environmentally friendly mulch products, National Storm Recovery Inc. provides tree services, debris hauling and removal, and bio-mass recycling. Based in Florida, NSRI serves governmental, residential and commercial customers.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CentralFloridaArborCare.com/storm-recovery.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to NSRI are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/NSRI



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