Business notes for Jan. 8, 2018

Sunday, January 07, 2018

Merrimack County Savings Bank committed to purchasing $50,000 in tax credits through the Community Development Finance Authority to support NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire’s Nashua Tree Streets Revitalization Initiative.

Ledyard’s employees at its Concord location visited the Capital Region Food Program during the holiday season to donate $1,000 and spend the day packing boxes for families in need in the area.

Franklin Savings Bank raised more than $16,900 for the Granite United Way Pacesetter Campaign. Of the total, $8,400 came from matching funds from the bank.

Madgetech of Warner has acquired Matrix Air and New England Solar Concepts, both based in Newport.

Concord Business Center at 124-134 Hall St. has installed a 125-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system with SunRay Solar. Business owners at the center will be able to enter into a shared metering program to purchase electricity from the center at a lower rate than the utility company.

The Common Man donated $8,000 from Vice President Diane Downing and CEO Vincent Vella, along with 891 pounds of food donated by restaurant patrons to the New Hampshire Food Bank.

Concord’s Water Treatment Facility received the Water Fluoridation Quality Award for 2016 from the state Department of Health and Human Services on behalf of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Penacook’s Wastewater Treatment Facility received the 2016 Plant of the Year Award from the New Hampshire Water Pollution Control Association.