JM Eagle donates pipes for African aid

July 2008
Plastics News;7/28/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 21, p8
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The article reports that Los Angeles, California-based JM Eagle, the world's largest plastic pipe manufacturer, has teamed with Columbia University's Earth Institute to bring sanitary, potable water to thousands of suffering people in the African nation of Senegal. As reported, JM Eagle has donated and delivered more than $800,000 worth of PVC water pipe, which is being installed in various Millennium Villages in several rural and poverty-stricken communities in Africa.


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