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Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. Contributes $1,000 To Bluebonnet Acres Volunteer Fire Department

Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. contributed $1,000 to the Bluebonnet Acres Volunteer Fire Department in support of the fire department’s operations. The fire department serves Cedar Creek, Wyldwood, Utley and surrounding areas.

“Without donations from companies like Koch Pipeline, most of the volunteer fire departments would not survive,” said David Fox, assistant fire chief. “Thank you for coming forward and offering to help as we can now concentrate on training and operations for our volunteers.”

Bluebonnet Acres Volunteer Fire Department originated in 1968 with its first fire truck, an old refueling truck converted to pump water ― with no brakes. Through numerous contributions from the government and the community, the fire department has grown and now operates three stations throughout its coverage area, with 30 active volunteers.

“Koch Pipeline is proud to donate to the Bluebonnet Acres Volunteer Fire Department in support of the critical services they provide to the community,” said Larry Van Horn, vice president of Southern Operations for Koch Pipeline. “We work hard to develop relationships with local organizations who share our concerns about safety and the environment.”

Koch Pipeline operates a refined products line that crosses Bastrop County. Koch Pipeline has several positions available for employment in a number of central and south Texas counties.


About Koch Pipeline Company, L.P.

Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. has earned numerous local, state and national level safety awards. Koch Pipeline operates more than 4,000 miles of pipelines that transport crude oil, refined products, ethanol, natural gas liquids and chemicals. Koch Pipeline Company, L.P. is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc. Learn more at www.kochpipeline.com.