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Volume 15 – Issue 5 EPI Celebrates 35th Anniversary
Volume 15 – Issue 4 Safety First
Continue reading LINER LETTERS — Through Volume 15 (2015)
COMANCO Environmental has recently begun deployment of PVC liner for Agrium Mine in Southeast Idaho.
Agrium, mines and processes phosphate, potash and nitrogen fertilizers that help U.S. farmers feed the world.
EPI fabricated over a million sq ft of PVC liner and geotextile for seven separate ponds and three separate ditches.
Also PVC rub sheets, ballast tubes, and access ladders for the ponds were fabricated by EPI.
The COMANCO team installated 1 million SF of PVC, 400,000 SF of 8oz geotextile, and 7,400 LF of strip drains.
Continue reading EPI Fabricates Liner for a Mine in Southeast Idaho
EPI’s Company Picnic was held this year at Whitewater Township Park in Williamsburg.
Main source of entertainment was our homemade slip-n-slide made from PVC.
Beach volleyball, good food and great people were also involved in a great satruday afternoon.
Continue reading Company Picnic 2015
Congrats to Dale Sensabaugh
EPI Employee of the 2nd Quarter
Dale has worked for EPI for a year. He grew up in the Detriot Metro area where he went to Plymouth High School. He moved to Traverse City in 2010. Working at EPI, he likes how he is always doing something different and gets to work on specialty projects. Away from work, he enjoys disc golfing ,going on family outings and being with his 10 month old daughter and girlfriend of 3 years, Kayla.
At EPI he has been an contributing memeber of the GeomemBrains and most recent work on the floating cover prototype.
His hard work and drive is something we strive in with every employee here at EPI.
Keep on the good work Dale!
Continue reading EPI Employee of the 2nd Quarter 2015