Infiltrator Systems IM-Series Septic and Potable Water Tanks at WEFTEC

Sept. 25, 2014

OLD SAYBROOK, Conn.– Infiltrator Systems IM-Series injection molded septic and potable water tanks will be featured in booth 6547 at WEFTEC, New Orleans, Louisiana,Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 2014. All IM-Series tanks feature integral heavy-duty lids, structurally reinforced access ports, reinforced structural ribbing and fiberglass support posts to provide additional strength. The IM-Series tanks require no special installation, backfill or water filling procedures. The tanks provide exceptional strength in a two-piece design that efficiently nests for reduced shipping costs and local assembly. All IM-Series tanks are lightweight, durable, and watertight.

The new IM-Series Potable Water Tanks are NSF 61 certified for potable use. Available in 552-gallon, 1287-gallon, and 1787-gallon capacities, the injection-molded plastic Potable Water Tanks are for buried water tank applications.

The IM-Series septic and pump tanks include the large capacity IM-1530 septic tank, the IM-1060 septic tank, and the IM-540 pump tank.

Infiltrator is the largest septic products company in the industry. Through its subsidiary Champion Polymer Recycling, it is a leading purchaser of “green materials” including post-consumer and post-industrial recycled plastics used in the manufacture of Infiltrator products at their ISO-9002 certified manufacturing facility in Winchester, Kentucky. Since its inception in 1987, Infiltrator has continually introduced innovative products that meet increasingly stringent environmental and regulatory onsite wastewater treatment requirements. Infiltrator is a Graham Partners portfolio company and is based in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. 

For more information visit Infiltrator’s website at www.infiltratorsystems.com or call 1.800.221.4436.

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