Now entering the era of infrastructure replacement
Protecting public health, economic prosperity and the high quality of life we enjoy.
A new kind of challenge is emerging for water and wastewater industries. Much of our drinking water and wastewater infrastructure is nearing the end of its useful life. How do you balance the needs of an aging utility with tightening budget constraints, all while meeting ever changing regulations?
Wendel’s water and wastewater experts can help you rebuild and re-tool your plant with new technologies that integrate existing assets into an economically sustainable system. Your existing systems provide the foundation to which we can add new technology—leveraging your past investments while reaping the benefits from industry advancements.
Water Wastewater Retrofits News
The Wendel Water Team is busy presenting across the Country over the next few months. WaterJam – Hampton, VA Beach, VA: September 11-14, 2017 Brian Sibiga will be presenting on: “Concrete Water Storage Tanks” Clayton Johnson will be presenting on: “Filtration – To Upgrade or Rehabilitate: A Case Study of Two Utilities” Chris LaManna …Read More
The Chautauqua Institution had a problem. Algae in Chautauqua Lake had reached unsafe levels. The algae blooms, caused by an overabundance of phosphorus in the water, were not just unattractive: they were toxic to swimmers and wildlife as well. Founded in 1874, the Chautauqua Institution’s resort and adult education center had long been renowned for …Read More
Wendel, a nationally recognized design, construction and energy services company (ESCO), is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Architectural Design Group, LLC (ADG), a leader in architectural design and planning in Wisconsin, to enhance its service offering and market reach in the Midwest United States. ADG’s expertise encompasses healthcare and educational facilities, as well …Read More
Energy efficiency upgrades earn $400,000 incentive from National Grid through energy survey conducted in conjunction with Wendel BUFFALO, NY— The Buffalo Sewer Authority (BSA) has completed an extensive energy efficiency survey and resulting equipment upgrades at its Bird Island wastewater treatment facility that will reduce both operating costs and the plant’s environmental footprint. Advanced lighting …Read More
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) recently changed their training requirements for facilities that have Underground Storage Tanks (UST). Operators who have underground tanks over 110 gallons must be Class A, B, or C certified by October 11, 2016. Facility Managers must be certified by October 11, 2016 or risk being fined $37,500 …Read More
It’s lurking everywhere. Slowly moving, flowing into sewers, streams, puddles—contaminating every waterbody it touches. Large rain events and inclement weather force its movement, thrusting it into our water supply. This out of control monster is composed of harmful nutrients that come from the pesticides and fertilizers used to make grass greener, grow vegetation and protect …Read More
Meet The Wendel Water Wastewater Retrofits Team
Jamie L. Johnson
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1232
Robert D. Klavoon
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1119
Scott M. Rybarczyk
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1234
Brian M. Sibiga
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1151
Timothy G. Walck
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1161
Michael W. Wymer
- p: 716.688.0766 ext 1374