Infrastructure throughout Humboldt Industrial Park was designed specifically to support the needs of its tenants. Utilities stretch to existing curbs so developers don't have to extend lines great distances or dig under the road to reach them. A heavy rail system was installed so that virtually any industry type can be served. Roads were built to highway specifications, with smooth ingress and egress from State Route 924.
CAN DO Inc. supplies quality water throughout the park in 12- and 16-inch ductile iron mains at pressures and flow rates suitable for heavy industrial use.
Fire protection is aided by four 1-million gallon standpipes, which ride on the system.
Humboldt Industrial Park also features an interconnection with the Hazleton City Authority which provides additional water capacity to supplement the current system.
Companies with significant water usage requirements may also connect directly to the Hazleton City Authority which has a larger water system with ample capacity.
Download a copy of the CAN DO Water rates, rules and regulations
Sanitary sewage service is provided by CAN DO Inc. Twelve-inch gravity collection lines, as well as ten-inch laterals, allow industries easy access to the system. CAN DO owns and operates the wastewater treatment plant within Humboldt Industrial Park, which is presently sized for 1,000,000 gallons per day.
Sanitary sewage within Humboldt Industrial Park North is conveyed by CAN DO Inc. through the same industrially sized system and treated by the Greater Hazleton Joint Sewer Authority.
Download a copy of the CAN DO Sewer Rates, Rules and Regulations
Natural gas service to the park is provided by UGI Utilities Inc. A high-pressure main connects the Humboldt Industrial Park directly to the Transcontinental Pipeline. Normal service to the industries is provided through an 8-inch medium-pressure (50 PSI) distribution main.
Reliable electrical service is provided by PPL Utilities, a national leader in power generation and distribution. PPL can serve customers at the 12kV or 69kV voltage levels. There are currently three 12kV substations in the area.
Seven miles of rail line, owned and maintained by Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad (RBMN), run throughout Humboldt Industrial Park. Reading and Northern runs a scheduled railroad six days a week with each customer provided a specific service window for rail deliveries.
Reading and Northern is locally owned and is the largest privately owned railroad in Pennsylvania. RBMN is recognized for its industrial development success and is the only three time winner of the Regional Railroad of the Year award by Railway Age Magazine.
Verizon and Frontier Communications Solutions provide a state-of-the-art telecommunications system with 100-percent digital switching and superior communications services, highlighted by an extensive fiber optic network This system provides a state-of-the-art telecommunications platform for voice, data and video transmissions. The network supports SONET technology for ultra-reliable service to customers with critical requirements.