In this season of giving thanks, we want to express our gratitude for all of our employees, partners, and industry colleagues. It is our great pleasure to work with you and provide award-winning services to protect the environment. We value your commitment to high standards and your creativity to innovate with turnkey solutions. We are very grateful for your hard work and efforts.
Just like the early pioneers who celebrated the first harvest festival in America, we are thankful for the land’s bounty. Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving as you enjoy feasting with family and friends.
On this Veterans Day 2018, which also marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we thank everyone who has served in the U.S. military.
We appreciate your selfless service to protect our nation’s freedom. We are inspired by your dedication to defend and fight for our country’s people.
Many thanks to all of our troops and veterans for your courageous commitment and heroic fortitude. You have given your best to serve America. As fellow stewards of this land and heritage, we salute you.
Thanks for Your Hard Work
Sending Labor Day thanks to all of our employees for your hard work and dedication throughout the year. We greatly appreciate your committed team efforts to preserve our environment.
Happy July 4th from Hallaton!
As we celebrate America’s Independence Day, we also celebrate the fruited plains and shining seas that make our nation beautiful.
Hallaton takes pride in our role to preserve our country’s land and environment. By installing environmental liners, Hallaton protects the nation’s water and soil. Whether we are lining reservoirs or landfills, our work prevents hazardous materials from contaminating the environment. We are honored to protect what is great about our country, to keep it beautiful for America’s generations to come.
Hallaton Environmental Linings’ Central Office, located in Union City, Tennessee, was the proud sponsor of the Obion Central County High School Cheer Team from Troy, Tennessee.
The Cheer Team recently competed in the 2018 UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship that took place February 10–11th at The Walt Disney World Resorts in Orlando, Fl.
In addition to the State Championship they already have to their name, the team brought back two 2nd place finishes in the Junior Varsity COED Division in both the National and World Cheerleading Championships. They are the first cheer team from Obion County, Tennessee, to attend, compete, and place in the Worlds portion of this cheerleading competition. Continue reading