J-M Manufacturing Makes Generous Contribution to Habitat for Humanity's Limestone Development Project

JMM’s $50,000 Donation of Pipe Products Will Be Utilized For the Addition of 25 Single Family Houses in Dallas, Texas

Livingston, NJ – July 12, 2005 – J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc., the largest producer of plastic pipe in the world, has donated more than $50,000 worth of pipe products to the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity for use in their Limestone subdivision project. The Limestone Development Project includes 4.8 acres in east Dallas that will consist of 25 single family houses when complete.

JMM’s pipe donation included two different types of gravity sewer pipe (6” and 8” SDR 35), two types of water pressure pipe (6” and 8” DR 14 C-900), sewer fittings and lateral connections.

The project is scheduled to break ground in July 2005. Habitat for Humanity anticipates dedication ceremonies, in which they will present house keys to the new homeowners, to commence early in December. All 25 Habitat families should close on their new homes by Christmas.

J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc. was formed in 1982 with the acquisition of eight pipe manufacturing facilities. Today, the company operates out of 14 manufacturing plants across the United States, with headquarters in Livingston, New Jersey. JMM produces water, sewer, solvent weld, PVC electrical conduit, ABS and polyethylene pipe in diameters ranging from 1⁄2’’ to 48” for PVC and 1⁄2’’ to 63” in HDPE. JMM is dedicated to developing the plastic pipe market by offering superior products, unparalleled quality, and ensuring that its business makes a positive contribution to the environment, the communities it serves, its customers, and employees.

For more information, please contact:
Marcus Galindo
310.693.8200 ext. 7415

Stack of pipes used in Habitat for Humanity Limestone Development Project
JMM's PVC C-900 water pressure pipes at the Limestone subdivision site  
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