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At IPI we are committed to offering the largest variety of quality spill containment products in the industry at affordable pricing. Berms include several patented berm models for complex applications and economy lines to provide values to help meet nearly every budget.

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Maintain EPA and SPCC compliance for storage of drums, trucks, trailers, tanks, and more with our durable spill berms.

As the ‘authority in spill containment’ for over a decade, IPI provides a nearly infinite variety of portable spill containment berms that are designed to help the military and industry to comply with the regulations of 40 CFR part 112 of the Clean Water Act. also referred to as the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) regulations. Our spill berms are easy to setup and extremely durable berm designs serve as wash-down, storage and secondary spill containment for a variety of applications. All of our berms are fabricated with the highest quality materials, are resistant to oils, fuel, chemicals and many acids and can be provided in a variety of sizes utilizing various structural technologies that can adapt to virtually any containment requirement.

• Interstate Products, Inc. carries a large stock of ready to ship spill berm inventory in various sizes and we are always ready for the opportunity to engineer customized spill containment berms for your unique application.
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The History

The History

Auburn University today is a comprehensive land, sea and space grant institution among the few that hold that distinction occupying more than 1,840 acres and helping fulfill the dreams of nearly 25,000 students.

The university began, though, as the small, more humble East Alabama Male College, which was chartered in 1856 and opened its doors in 1859 as a private liberal arts institution.

From 1861 to 1866 the college was closed because of the Civil War. The college had begun an affiliation with the Methodist Church before the war. Due to dire financial straits, the church transferred legal control of the institution to the state in 1872, making it the first land-grant college in the South to be established separate from the state university. It thus became the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama.

A land-grant college or university is an institution that has been designated by its state legislature or Congress to receive the benefits of the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1890. The original mission of these institutions, as set forth in the first Morrill Act, was to teach agriculture, military tactics, and the mechanical arts as well as classical studies so that members of the working classes could obtain a liberal, practical education.

Women were admitted in 1892, making Auburn the oldest four-year, coeducational school in the state and the second-oldest in the Southeast. In 1899, the name was again changed to the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. In 1960, the school officially acquired the name it has long been called and one more in keeping with its location, size, and mission Auburn University. The institution has experienced its greatest growth since World War II, and now has more than 250,000 graduates.

Auburn University at Montgomery was established as a separately accredited campus in 1967. The institution has developed rapidly, especially since moving to a 500-acre campus east of Montgomery in 1971. Current enrollment at AUM is about 5,200.

Chartered in 1856, Auburn University opened in 1859 and became affiliated with the Methodist Church.

Throughout the years, the institution has had four official names:

  • East Alabama Male College (1856-72)
  • Agricultural and Mechanical College (1872-99)
  • Alabama Polytechnic Institute (1899-1960)
  • Auburn University (1960-present)

Auburn’s current colleges and schools and dates of inception are:

  • College of Agriculture 1872
  • Samuel Ginn College of Engineering 1872
  • Graduate School 1872
  • James Harrison School of Pharmacy 1885
  • College of Veterinary Medicine 1907
  • College of Architecture, Design Construction 1907
  • College of Education 1915
  • College of Human Sciences 1916
  • College of Business 1967
  • School of Nursing 1979
  • School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences 1984
  • College of Sciences and Mathematics 1986
  • College of Liberal Arts 1986

* In 1986, the colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences Mathematics were created from the former schools of Arts Sciences, Agriculture and Biological Sciences, and Architecture and Fine Arts.

Last updated: 09/14/2016

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