Wieser Concrete, a member with four NPCA Certified Plants throughout Wisconsin, is celebrating safety in its latest newsletter. Its plant in Fond du Lac, Wis., which produces a wide variety of precast concrete products including septic tanks, bunker silo walls, a variety of other underground products recently celebrated four years of no loss-time injuries. Its plant in Maiden Rock, Wis. also celebrated one year with no loss-time injuries and is on its way to reaching the same milestone as the Fond du Lac plant.
In addition, Wieser produced a wastewater treatment system for Flying Horse Farms, a camp for children with serious illnesses founded by Paul Newman in 1988. The project included a 5,000 gallon trash tank; 20,000 gallon equalization tank; 12,000 gallon main treatment tank; 9,000 gallon bio ready tank; 20,000 gallon dosing tank; and 2,400 gallon bio ready tank. All this can be found in Wieser’s latest newsletter on its website at: http://www.wieserconcrete.com/connections.php
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