Industry News: January 2018

Catch up on the latest acquisitions, promotions and company milestones
Industry News: January 2018
Members of the Infiltrator Water Technologies team joined Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut.

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Bio-Microbics wins i-NOVO award
Bio-Microbics announced it won the DirectIndustry 2017 i-NOVO Award for its BioBarrier GWMBR Greywater Treatment System. It was voted most innovative in the i-NOVO Eco category by a three-step voting process. The Eco award is given to products that lessen or eliminate the impact on the environment.

Infiltrator Water Technologies works with Habitat for Humanity
Members of the Infiltrator Water Technologies team joined Habitat for Humanity of Eastern Connecticut to help in the early renovation stages of a four-bedroom home in Montville, Connecticut. A septic system was also installed by Norman Wood Excavating using donated products from Infiltrator Water Technologies’ line of onsite wastewater products.

Jim LeBoeuf Septic Service acquired by Wind River Environmental
Wind River Environmental of Marlborough, Massachusetts, has acquired Jim LeBoeuf Septic Service of Hyannis, according to a statement from the company. The acquisition allows Wind River Environmental to increase its service delivery capabilities in Massachusetts. Jim LeBoeuf Septic Service began service in 1993 and provides septic pumping, Title 5 inspections, and system repairs, including new installations.

Davis appointed vice president of manufacturing for Lely Tank & Waste Solutions
Chad Davis has been promoted to vice president of manufacturing for Lely Tank & Waste Solutions in Wilson, South Carolina. He formerly served as operations and service manager for the company and has worked for Lely Tank & Waste Solutions since 2003. He will oversee manufacturing operations in North Carolina and Texas.

Palmer named president and CEO of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America promoted Justin Palmer to president and CEO. He replaces Jack Glasman. Palmer joined the company in 2015 and spent the last two years as its director of business operations. 


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