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Infiltrator Donates Over 100 Septic Systems For Habitat Homes

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Infiltrator became a Corporate Partner of Habitat for Humanity International in 2017. Through our partnership in Habitat’s Gifts In Kind (GIK) program Infiltrator donates product for septic systems to local Habitat affiliates throughout the United States. In addition to product and monetary donations, Infiltrator employees also volunteer their time to assist at Habitat home construction sites.

Since 2017 Infiltrator has partnered with 75 local Habitat affiliates in 23 states to donate products for over 125 septic systems. Our donations to Habitat affiliates are coordinated through a local distributor. We work with the Habitat affiliate’s selected septic system designer and installer or, if needed, we’ll offer recommendations based on our existing partnerships in that area. In many cases the Infiltrator Area Sales Representative assists with the installation of the donated product.

If you're interested in working with us on a Habitat project in your area reach out to your Infiltrator Area Sales Representative or contact us here

Here are some photos of Infiltrator products being installed at Habitat homes. 

   

About Habitat for Humanity International

Since 1976, Habitat for Humanity International has helped over 5 million people improve their living conditions. The organization has achieved this milestone with the help of over 2 million volunteers yearly. Infiltrator has volunteered to give an annual monetary donation, to gift septic tanks and leachfields to Habitat affiliates across North America, and to participate in the installation of our products through Habitat for Humanity Build Days. As part of the program, Infiltrator is included in the online Habitat for Humanity Gifts In Kind Catalog. The catalog is a resource available to Habitat for Humanity affiliates sourcing donated materials for their building projects. The septic tanks and leachfield products are being installed at homes that do not have a wastewater treatment system or have a malfunctioning system.