Maximize production upstream, midstream, or downstream. EARTHRES’ expertise can have your pipelines and facilities running at optimum performance.
Partner with the trusted name in mining. Let EARTHRES optimize your mining operation for increased throughput and profits.
Optimize your solid waste operation to stay competitive and ensure success. Rely on EARTHRES’ experience.
Streamline your operation. EARTHRES’ skill, experience and resources can engineer reductions in your operating costs.
Safety and quality are paramount for bottling and packaging. EARTHRES can assure proper sourcing and process improvements.
Keep your site development or improvement project moving with timely permitting and environmental engineering.
Protect public safety with EARTHRES’ investigation, remediation, and spill plans.
Broad-based experience and deep resources. EARTHRES’ multi-disciplinary teams develop plans to engineer success for you.
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Clients in many industries with many different types of engineering challenges call EARTHRES a partner. Learn more about who we are, what we do, and how we do it.
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EARTHRES is growing its team of experienced and beginning engineers, scientists, project managers, and logistical support. Check out our career opportunities.
Earthres Group, Inc., a client-focused multidisciplinary engineering consulting firm, welcomes David Pepe, P.E., to their executive team as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
EARTHRES VP, Louis F. Vittorio, Jr., P.G., receives IBWA/Shayron Barnes-Selby Advocacy Award for dedication to source sustainability and bottled water initiatives.
EARTHRES will be exhibiting at the upcoming IBWA Annual Business Conference. Visit us at booth #1211 to discuss your process engineering, springwater sourcing, water and wastewater engineering, and industrial environmental compliance challenges. We can help.
Our client (company confidential) wanted to increase their natural gas compressor station operating capacity while decreasing operating costs. They wanted to achieve this by modifying their existing and costly methanol-based antifreeze system to a gas-gas heat exchanger system to accomplish the temperature stabilization. One caveat, construction must be completed while the station was in operation, with minimal downtime to keep with demand. Read more...
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