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SCS Engineers and WEHRLE Team to Integrate Services

The partnership expands the availability of complex wastewater treatments for landfill leachate and industrial effluents.

SCS Engineers and German company WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH announced the availability of integrated services between the two firms to streamline the design-build of leachate treatment facilities in the United States.

SCS’ experience with the engineering, construction, operations, monitoring and management of U.S. landfills, as well as industrial wastewater treatment systems, and WEHRLE’s experience designing landfill leachate and industrial wastewater treatment plants around the world creates opportunities for both firms to bring more sustainable solutions to their clients, the companies noted.

“The SCS Engineers and WEHRLE Umwelt teaming agreement brings a world of talent and technologies to our U.S. clients, improving our support to the private and municipal solid waste industries, with the responsibility of generating cleaner wastewater,” said Samuel Cooke, an SCS vice president and the firm’s national liquids management director, in a statement.

“As global technology leader for the treatment of complex wastewaters, WEHRLE has built up an excellent reputation in over 40 countries worldwide with more than 250 installations,” said Frank Natau, WEHRLE’s senior expert for treatment of leachate and waste-derived effluents, in a statement. “[Providing] detailed customized consultation upfront for projects is important to us—especially since we are dealing with multiple technologies that require explanation and competence. SCS with its technological knowledge and background of U.S. waste industries is for us the perfect match to bring best, long-term economical solutions to demanding customers.”

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