We are dedicated to bringing our clients' vision to life with each and every project.
Graphic Communicator & Charitable Kiwanian
Wastewater Group Head
WWTP Strategist & Teenager's Chauffeur
Defender of Mother Nature & Exercise Enthusiast
Specification Scrutinizer & Energetic Mom
Intense Analyzer & Sports Car Fanatic
City of Muncie, Indiana
With work boots laced, gloves in place, and trash bags in hand, our Evansville staff took to the streets to assist with the cleanup in downtown Evansville.
Ice cream and cake were on the agenda today for our employees as we gathered together to celebrate our third year ranking as a Best Place to Work.
I appreciate the consistency of having the same staff each year...it speeds up the process, creates an understanding, and creating long term relationships adds a sense of relationship between us and Wessler.
- Evansville Regional Airport
We take pride in our work and strive to make our client relationships more than a project.
As cities grow and expand, the flow to wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), also known as publicly owned treatment works (POTWs), increases. Many times, if preventative measures aren’t taken, the WWTPs can reach and exceed their capacity. What happens then?
When a treatment plant reaches or approaches 90% of it’s hydraulic or organic design capacity, Rule 327 IAC 4-1-3 states that IDEM will notify the operator that a Sewer Connection Ban may be necessary. The Town of Greentown, Indiana experienced these issues during the past decade. Town officials engaged with Wessler to make major improvements to their collection and waste treatment systems.