ITU AbsorbTech donates to Berlin’s new leisure and activity center | Waukesha Co. Business News


NEW BERLIN — ITU AbsorbTech recently donated $8,000 for the new Berlin Activity and Recreation Center being built at 15321 W. National Ave.

Presenting the check to Mayor Dave Ament is Jim Leef, CEO and Chairman, left.

This donation qualifies ITU AbsorbTech for platinum sponsorship of New Berlin. The new Activity and Recreation Center will offer a teaching kitchen, multipurpose spaces for fitness, art and technology classes, gym space, an indoor play area for day camp and much more. Moreover. The official opening of phase I is scheduled for June 4.

“On behalf of the entire Common Council and the people of New Berlin, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to ITU AbsorbTech for their continued dedication to this community,” said Ament. “ITU AbsorbTech has been an integral part of our community for decades and we sincerely thank them again for their kind generosity and civic involvement.”

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ITU AbsorbTech, at 2700 S. 160th St. in New Berlin, is a family-owned environmental services company dedicated to helping businesses maintain cleaner, safer and more sustainable operations.


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