February 9, 2006
Penetron Approved for Coors Sanitary Sewer Vacuum Station
ICS Penetron International Ltd., a leader in integral crystalline waterproofing products, announced that the Army Corps of Engineers recently approved Penetron for use as the waterproofing system of choice for the concrete structures of the Coors Sanitary Sewer Vacuum Station in Albuquerque, NM. As a part of the North and South Valley project that improves water infrastructure, the vacuum station will provide sewer service to approximately 600 properties.
Funded through the Water Resources Development Act and spearheaded by U.S. Senator Pete Domenici, this project represents cooperative efforts to alleviate some of New Mexico’s water and environmental problems. “Right now in New Mexico, we are facing many daunting water issues. Water shortages, lower arsenic standards for our drinking water, and out-dated or non-existent water infrastructure are just a few of our problems. But the good news is we are addressing Bernalillo County’s needs in part by building this facility,” Domenici said.
“Penetron is proud to be a part of this and other ongoing projects to aid the city of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County to improve the water and wastewater infrastructure, promote a clean environment, decrease contamination possibilities and encourage water savings,” stated Robert Revera, the CEO/Managing Partner of ICS Penetron International, Ltd.
Based on Long Island, New York, ICS Penetron International is a leading manufacturer of integral crystalline waterproofing products with a sales and service network that extends across more than 60 countries. With a strong commitment to exceptional service, superior support and high technical standards, Penetron is under continuous refinement through the integration of the latest materials research, sales and service techniques, as well as through continuous feedback from all aspects of the construction industry.