The Resource Circle gives recognition to our sponsors. Without the support from these organizations the Mid Atlantic would not have the reliable news and prosperous biosolids community.
We hope you give them a visit and say hello at the next MABA event!
Synagro is North America’s leader in residuals management services for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment plants, managing over 11,000,000 wet tons of residuals for more than 1,000 generators across the U.S. and Canada. Services include transportation and incineration, drying and pelletizing, composting, mobile dewatering, andlagoon and digester cleaning.
Material Matters, Inc. is a professional consulting firm that serve municipalities, commercial and industrial clients. They focus in the areas of odor assessment, master planning, processing improvements, permitting, Class A process evaluation, marketing, data management, bench and pilot studies, demonstration studies, phosphorus management, composting, water quality nutrient trading, and Environmental Management Systems (EMS).
As “leaders in beneficial use, technologies and traditions,” WeCare Organics is responsible for the final resolution of the largest volumes of non-hazardous residual waste streams in northeastern United States. Providing turnkey residuals management products and services to public and private communities alike, WeCare Organics is the responsible, single-source solution in the ever-changing world of residuals management.
Hazen and Sawyer is a successful, technically-focused environmental engineering firm specializing in the water environment. Since 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two critical activities – helping their clients provide safe drinking water to their customers, and controlling water pollution and its effects on the environment.
Casella was founded in 1975 with the vision of managing and conserving environmental resources for their customers and communities. Casella provides resource management expertise and services to residential, commercial, municipal and industrial customers in the areas of solid waste resource collection, recycling, organics, energy recovery and disposal.
Cambi is a leading provider of technology for the conversion of sludge to renewable energy and high-quality biosolids. The company was originally founded in 1989. Today Cambi has more than 110 employees and is represented with offices in 9 different countries. With 51 plants worldwide committed to the CambiTHP™ process, and 19 countries adopting our technologies, Cambi serves more than 50 million people around the globe.
Kershner Environmental Technologies is a manufacturer’s representative firm with a mission to discover, develop and market the latest technologies in water treatment systems, wastewater processes, solids processing, energy minimizing concepts and related environmental systems for municipal and industrial infrastructure projects in the Mid-Atlantic region.
HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push boundaries of what’s possible since 1917. They specialize in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. With nearly 10,000 employees in more than 225 locations around the world, they think global and act local.