NORA Member Liquid Environmental Solutions (LES) announces it has acquired NewStream’s business.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Liquid Environmental Solutions (LES) announces it has acquired NewStream’s business.
Addition of Massachusetts non-hazardous industrial wastewater treatment and materials recycling facility expands LES service network into New England.
Irving, Texas. – July 15, 2014 – NORA Member Liquid Environmental Solutions (“LES”) announced the completion of its acquisition of the business of NewStream LLC, a non-hazardous industrial water and wastewater treatment and materials recycling company in New England. Now known as LES New England, this state of the art Centralized Waste Treatment (CWT) complex, located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, complements the company’s growing national network of fifteen pretreatment and recycling facilities, seven of which offer comprehensive industrial and commercial liquid waste treatment and recycling services.
Alan Viterbi, CEO and co-founder of LES, commented that: “LES continues to pursue high quality exclusively non-hazardous treatment facilities and associated collection operations throughout the nation, and NewStream is an excellent fit for us. We are very excited to have our new team members in Attleboro join us, as we begin providing our best-in-class liquid waste solutions to customers throughout New England.”
LES, based in Irving, Texas, is currently one of the largest operators of non-hazardous wastewater recycling facilities in the United States. The Company specializes in collecting and treating a variety of commercial and industrial liquid waste streams, in the process extracting and recycling fats, oils and grease for beneficial reuse. LES is the largest collector of grease trap waste in the nation and has developed a strong brand built through a track record of compliance and dependability for over ten years as a provider of reliable, comprehensive and essential liquid waste management solutions that enable its customers to comply with federal, state, and local environmental regulations. The Company operates a fleet of over 150 state-of-the-art vacuum trucks and tanker-trailers and fully manages its customers’ nonhazardous wastewater treatment and disposal. LES conducts business across 49 states with one million gallons of liquid waste recycled daily and over two million gallons of oil and grease recovered and resold to the fuel and biodiesel markets annually across the Company’s network of 15 wastewater recycling plants.
About Liquid Environmental Solutions
LES, headquartered in Irving, Texas, was founded in 2002 and has since grown to serve more than 50,000 customer locations across forty-nine states, collecting, treating, or recycling more than 300 million gallons of wastewater per year. The company operates 15 wastewater treatment and recycling facilities and twenty nine collection branches, managing exclusively non-hazardous commercial and industrial waste streams, such as grease trap waste, used cooking oil, grit trap and oil-water separator waste, landfill leachate, industrial process waters and food waste. LES is a growing provider of finished oils and greases recovered from wastewater, and also works in partnership with public and private sector wastewater enterprises to provide Fats, Oils and Grease residuals that are beneficially reused in the production of biogas and increased energy sustainability. For more information, visit liquidenviro.com
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