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Steel Away: STV’s Paperless Initiative Benefits Boy Scouts Charity Drive

Jul 25, 2022
Boy Scouts logo over filing cabinets

As part of a broader effort throughout STV to be a more paperless company, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), benefitted from the scraps.

STV, a longtime corporate supporter of BSA, donated about seven tons of scrap metal – mostly consisting of filing cabinets that are no longer being used due to the ongoing digitization of our files – out of its Douglassville office netting the Boy Scouts about $1,200.

Representatives from Earl Troop 505 in Berks County, PA, contacted our Douglassville team about their recent scrap metal drive. For several years running, BSA troops throughout the country have held scrap metal drives to keep metal out of local landfills and recycle it. Throughout networking and word of mouth, scouts and leaders collect unwanted metal and then sell it yards to help raise funds for supplies and other activities.

“STV’s always looking to support the community, and our paperless initiative was a prime example of working with the Boy Scouts to provide both additional space in our Douglassville office as well as support them in their campaign,” said Christopher Antoni, P.E., senior vice president and Douglassville office manager