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Infiltrator Continues Partnership with Habitat for Humanity International

<strong>Infiltrator Continues Partnership with Habitat for Humanity International</strong>

Infiltrator Water Technologies, a leading manufacturer of products for the decentralized water and wastewater industries, is pleased to announce its continued support of Habitat for Humanity International. Infiltrator recently renewed their sponsorship with a $100,000 in-kind product donation to support Habitat affiliates across the United States and Canada.

Since becoming a corporate partner in 2017 Infiltrator has donated over $543,000 worth of products for septic systems to 139 Habitat affiliates. Product donations are used in both new home construction and home repair projects led by Habitat affiliates.

“We’re excited to continue our partnership with Habitat for Humanity,” said Roy Moore, executive vice president of Infiltrator Water Technologies. “In addition to Infiltrator’s product donations, our employees have given their time to volunteer with Habitat and provide installation and design support. We’re looking forward to seeing even more industry participation in the future.”

Infiltrator Water Technologies, a manufacturer of decentralized wastewater treatment technology, shares Habitat’s commitment to empowering more families with eco-friendly, cost-effective affordable housing solutions. In addition to financial and environmental benefits, septic tanks also help reduce the risk of exposure to unhealthy drinking water, infections, or disease. 

“A decent, affordable home can significantly affect a family’s health and well-being,” said Julie Laird Davis, vice president of corporate and cause marketing at Habitat for Humanity International. “Habitat for Humanity and Infiltrator Water Technologies share the same belief that healthy housing can help families thrive. We are grateful to have Infiltrator’s continued support and look forward to helping even more families build a safe, decent, and affordable place to call home.”