MABA ONLINE SPONSORS
The following companies and indivduals are supporting MABA for the 2016 Summer Technical Symposium and as web sponsors. Please take a moment and check out their websites and services.
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.
Casella Organics 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.
With over twenty years of experience, Denali Water Solution is one of the most experienced biosolids management companies in the United States. Denali Water manages millions of residuals per year, providing an array of biosolids management solutions including permitting, dewatering, land application, anaerobic digestion, composting, drying and other residual conversion technologies. In addition, Denali Water is the leader in Class A biosolids product marketing through its WeCare Organics™ brand and the identification of innovative processes through its Denali Technologies Group.
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.
Lystek’s innovative solutions help municipalities and other generators reduce waste, costs, odors and greenhouse gas emissions while optimizing plant operations and contributing to diversion and sustainability.
Their missions is to set the pace as a market leader in the development and delivery of proven solutions for the management and beneficial re-use of organic materials through the provision of advanced, safe, cost effective, sustainable technologies and industry best practices.
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).
HDR specializes in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. While they are most well-known for adding beauty and structure to communities through high-performance buildings and smart infrastructure, they provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include scientists, economists, builders, analysts and artists.
Komline-Sanderson develops, designs, and manufactures innovative equipment and systems for industrial process/production applications, industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants and flue gas treatment. Its experience ranges from simple one-machine installations to complex multi-step processes and systems. Reliability, ease of operation, rugged design, proven performance, and superior customer service are hallmarks of Komline-Sanderson installations.
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.
Theirfocus brings us exceptional challenges – such as the largest drinking water UV disinfection installation in the world, upgrade of major wastewater treatment plants to reduce nutrient discharges to sensitive receiving waters, and recharging vital drinking water aquifers with highly-treated wastewater effluent, renewing a valuable resource.