We’ve grown to become the largest provider of heating oil and propane in the Hudson Valley, earning the trust of thousands of home and business owners in the process. Every day, schools, hospitals, and thousands of families rely on Bottini Fuel to keep them safe and warm. If you are one of our customers, we can’t thank you enough. You inspire us to bring our best every day.
If you are thinking about joining our family, here are a few things we think set us apart.
If you live near Kerhonkson, Port Jervis, Red Hook, Saugerties, Tannersville, Wappingers Falls, Washingtonville and the surrounding communities, you’ve seen our red trucks on the roads. Call us and see the difference we can make to you.
Each year, our team participates in boom training at our fuel terminal in New Hamburg, NY. The Coast Guard regulates this facility because it’s a port terminal. That’s why we are required to participate in an annual training session to ensure we are prepared to respond in the event of an oil spill emergency.
During this session, we deploy 1,000 feet of booms into the Hudson River. Any oil that’s released into the river would rise to the surface and the booms would prevent it from spreading any farther.
Since 2014, the New Hamburg Fire Department Engine Co. #1 has participated in this training with us. We bring in Bottini Fuel personnel–drivers, technicians, and office staff—while the fire department sends their personnel and their river boat. We deeply appreciate their assistance!
After we work together to deploy the boom, we return it to our storage area.
Bottini Fuel and our people are part of the fabric of life in the Hudson Valley. We support civic groups, schools and recreational programs, and many other local activities in the communities we love to serve.
One initiative that’s close to our hearts is the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation. Since 2010, Bottini Fuel has been donating a portion of the proceeds from deliveries made from our pink truck to the Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation. Miles of Hope provides funds to support programs in the Hudson Valley for people affected by breast cancer.