PDI gives to Direct Relief

September 2008
Proofs;Sep2008, Vol. 91 Issue 4, p74
Trade Publication
The article reports on a donation of Chlorascrub received by the charitable organization Direct Relief from Disposables International Inc. (PDI) in 2008. The charity is known for assisting communities facing hardships including natural disasters and refugee populations. PDI president Zachary Julius notes that it is the obligation of the firm to donate materials to such organizations. He adds that Direct Relief is capable of distributing the product to those who will need it the most.


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