Local matters for Kleenheat: Powering Esperance for 30 years

Local resident Debbie Lyden has been a key part of Kleenheat’s 30-year history in Esperance. As Kleenheat’s Esperance branch manager for the past 15 years, together with team member Nathan, she’s helped keep cylinders filled, baths hot, dinners cooked and houses warm – all backed by the friendly smile for which residents have come to know her.

“We enjoy a close-knit community in Esperance and over the years I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many local residents who are Kleenheat customers, building wonderful friendships with many of them,” Debbie said.

In line with Kleenheat’s commitment to stay active in the communities where we operate, Debbie has championed plenty of local causes and continues to look for new opportunities for Kleenheat to support.

“Over the years we’ve donated funds to the local bowls and football club – plus we’ve chipped in to support Blaze Aid volunteers who helped rebuild homes after the fire disaster in 2015, and donated funds to the Salmon Gums Fire Brigade. We’ve also built strong relationships with the Lions Club and the Rotary Club and contribute as much as we can to support their fundraisers with barbecues or Kwik-Gas cylinder refills.”

Kleenheat’s history in Esperance is built on trusted relationships with local homes and businesses – powered by our people and their commitment to contribute and make a difference in the places they call home.

“We might not shout about it, but Kleenheat’s been in Esperance a long time. We’re very much a part of the community and proud to contribute in our own way whenever we can. We’re delighted to have had many chances to get behind local organisations doing great work over the years.”

Kleenheat is proud to once again support the annual Esperance and Districts Agricultural Show 2018 on October 19 and 20.