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January Rehab News: UEMSI, Interplastic Scholars, Northwest Concrete Waterproofing, Sewer Sciences
This is the ninth year Interplastic Corporation has awarded the scholarships. “This award program is significant to our company in that we can give back to the community as well as increase student awareness of the composites industry,” said Bob DeRoma. “We are proud to recognize these young adults for their outstanding achievements, not only academically, but also through their community actions and charitable works.”
See Interplastic’s website at www.interplastic.com for information regarding the 2010 Scholars Awards.
Northwest Concrete Waterproofing joins the Sprayroq Certified Partners
Sprayroq, industry leader in the development of spray-applied polyurethane solutions for infrastructure rehabilitation, corrosion management and infiltration control welcomes Northwest Concrete Waterproofing of Spanaway, WA, to its growing global network of Sprayroq Certified Partners.
Since 1980 Northwest Concrete Waterproofing (NWCW) has been known industry wide as the “go to” specialty contractor for waterproofing and sealing as well as commercial coatings and linings.
NWCW’s fully trained and certified crews will be able to provide municipalities, water districts, industrial owners and contractors in the Pacific Northwest areas access to a group of professionals who can assist them with the protection, maintenance and rehabilitation of their vital assets.
Sewer Sciences launches sewer reference tool
A sister company to Duke’s Root Control, Sewer Sciences is a leading producer of innovative, effective solutions for the sewer root control industry. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and research methodology, Sewer Sciences has developed EPA-registered products that effectively control root growth without compromising wastewater treatment facilities, the environment, and local communities. Sewer Sciences has also consulted with the U.S. EPA to create training manuals for instructing and certifying root-control applicators in proper application techniques.
As a steward of the sewer root control industry, Sewer Sciences recently launched www.rootonctrolfacts.com: a reference tool for sewer-system managers and consultants. Through primary-source documentation, this Web site addresses recent U.S. EPA actions that impact the use of root-control chemicals. 800.447.6687, www.rootcontrolfacts.com