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Meet Your Infiltrator Customer Account Specialist

Your Infiltrator Customer Account Specialist works closely with you and your Area Sales Representative to coordinate the orders and shipments you receive from us. This team is split up by product line and each individual covers a given territory so you will work with a consistent person. Let's meet the team!

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Posted 7/8/2022

Infiltrator Expands Partnership with Habitat for Humanity into Canada

In Ontario, over 15% of families with limited family-based income are in need of safe, affordable, and healthy housing. By partnering with Habitat for Humanity, in local communities, they are able to carry out their mission of bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope and further Habitat’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

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by Don Krauss  | 

When is Buoyancy Control Required?

Tank buoyancy control involves the strapping of anchor ballasts to either side of the tank base, offset by at least six inches. The weight of the anchor ballasts and the soil column above them help to ensure that the tank stays in the ground. This is typical in tank installations where the water table is high. 

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by Jonathan Kaiser  | 

Groundwater Recharge Using Decentralized Wastewater Treatment

Potable water sources are being exploited worldwide; water tables are dropping at drastic rates, causing wells to run dry, saltwater to intrude inland and leaving an increasing number of people without reliable sources of life-sustaining water. As populations continue to grow and shift, it is imperative for all aspects of the water cycle to be optimized for sustainability.

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by Dennis Hallahan, P.E.  | 

What is Combined Treatment and Dispersal?

Is it possible to attain a high level of treatment and disperse wastewater within the same footprint? The use of combined treatment and dispersal (CTD) solutions enables you to do this in applications as small as single-family residential homes to larger commercial treatment systems.  

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by Kevin Moreau  |