We feel a responsibility to take care of and preserve our community's beauty, resources and strength for future generations. HPP is committed to conserving raw materials and reducing energy consumption. Every day, we work with our government, business partners, and community partners to extract value from waste in ways that protect and enhance the environment.
HPP is dedicated to being a good community partner through its support of a number of organizations that enhance the quality of life in our community and the world. These include: Global Water Partners, The Armand Bayou Nature Center, The Environmental Institute of Houston, The Pasadena Citizens Advisory Council (PCAC), The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP), Industry Council on the Environment (ICE) and others.
HPP also supports a number of community groups in the Southeast Texas area including First Tee of the Golden Triangle, a group that helps provide educational opportunities, character and healthy choices through the game of golf, the Buckner Charity Golf Tournament that raises money for abused and neglected children and Newspapers in Education that provides newspapers for learning at the Baytown and Barber's Hill School Districts.
HPP is very proud to have teamed up with Global Water Partners, a charity that repairs and builds water pumps to people in developing countries. To date, Global Water Partners has completed more than 300 new wells and repaired 300 old wells. HPP has funded five wells that are currently being drilled in India. HPP is working to fund more pumps and raise money for the charity to continue their good work.
More than 2.8 billion people will be living in either water-scarce or water-stressed regions of the world by 2025. The pump in this picture was dug in Zimbabwe, where cholera (a water-related disease) and diarrheal disease is the third most common killer of Zimbabwean children under the age of 5.
HPP is proud to be a Flagstone sponsor for the Baytown Habitat for Humanity Opening Doors Celebration. Pictured here with HPP's Tim Day is Dianne Wilson, Executive Director of Baytown Habitat for Humanity.
HPP is proud to support the Service League of Baytown by underwriting their annual October 1, 2016 Charity Ball. The Service League of Baytown helps to address needs unmet by other community organizations through vision and hearing screenings, Christmas gifts for needy families, hosting birthday and graduation parties at Chinquapin School and serving as docents for the Baytown Historial Museum. Pictured here are HPP's Mark Briggs and Deborah George of the Service League of Baytown.
HPP has donated recycled aggregate for use on walkways, school gardens, playgrounds and erosion control for nature centers. HPP is proud to help community organizations keep our neighborhoods beautiful.