US Nitrogen officials have announced they will donate $50,000 tomorrow to the Greeneville Fire Department as a contribution for the construction of a five-story training facility.
The training facility will be located adjacent to the Greeneville Power and Light operations Center and be used to train fire personnel by simulating rescues from multi-story structures.
According to US Nitrogen the training facility will include steps, cage ladders and will have equipment for rappelling training.
Construction of the training facility on property provided by the power company is expected to begin shortly.
Greeneville facility will be able to host basic firefighting training
classes for cadets and ongoing practical skills training for Greeneville
Fire Department employees, county volunteer fire departments and
regional fire department members of Northeast Tennessee Regional Fire
Training Association," the company stated.