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Lippert to manufacture and sell Waste Master System

Lippert to manufacture and sell Waste Master System

ELKHART, Ind. — Lippert Components announced today it has purchased intellectual property from Drain Master and will now manufacture and sell the Waste Master All-in-One Sewer Management System, according to Virtual-Strategy. LCI will showcase the Waste Master system on Forest River RV brands during RV Open House Week in Elkhart, Ind. from September 16 to 18.

“We are excited to offer this new sewer management system,” said LCI CEO Jason Lippert. “We have many OEM customers already interested in carrying the system, and when end-users see how the Waste Master All-in-One simplifies, sanitizes and contains the waste disposal process, we believe they’ll be asking their OEM of choice to make this system standard.”

The Waste Master All-in-One Sewer Management System hose and nozzle are always connected to the RV holding tank outlet discharge pipe — so there’s no need to handle, connect or disconnect the open-ended and often contaminated sewer hose. Instead, the Waste Master hose is secured in a readily accessible, permanent storage compartment attached to the RV chassis, Virtual-Strategy reported.

To read the full story by Virtual-Strategy, click here.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.


  1. Lippert continues to expand via either acquiring additional factories or products. It would be nice if they would begin to pay for the warranty work that is done on their current products. I guess if you don’t pay for your warranty work, you can then afford to expand as they have been doing the last several years.

  2. Amen…Judy…Amen….LCI is becoming our industries version of the “evil empire”, which could be simply avoided by treating customers & dealers with a shred of respect and ethical practices.