Aquatrols joins Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program

Aquatrols Corporation of America has received certification in Environmental Planning from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program (ACSP), an Audubon International program designed to help landowners preserve and enhance the environmental quality of their property.

“The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program gives people
an opportunity to do something good for the environment right where they live,
work, and recreate” explained Christine Kane, CEO for Audubon
International. “We welcome Aquatrols Corporation of America’s commitment
to managing the property in an environmentally-sensitive manner.”

By joining and participating in the ACSP, Aquatrols
Corporation of America will be involved in projects that enhance habitat for
wildlife and preserve natural resources for the benefit of the local community.
These projects may include: maintaining a wildlife inventory, composting yard
debris, conserving water, and maintaining food and cover for wildlife.

“As a company our outward focus has always been the
development of technologies that promote healthy plant growth and environmental
stewardship,” said Matt Foster, Aquatrols President and CEO. “Ensuring that we
maintain our physical property in an environmentally supportive and sustainable
way is a natural extension of that.”

“The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program benefits
both people and wildlife,” said Kane. “It’s a great way for
businesses and environmental organizations to work together to become better
stewards of the land and natural resources.”