Hatch Mott MacDonald’s Wastewater Practice delivers solutions to your water quality issues.
Wastewater challenges in the 20th century focused on installing the basic sewage treatment systems to address widespread water pollution problems. From the 1970’s to the turn of the century, the primary investments built new infrastructure, which had not existed up to that time. These new systems removed the visual and primary evidence of pollution, demonstrating engineering prowess, public commitment, and the operations success of the entire wastewater industry. HMM has every reason to be proud of our contributions to wastewater planning, management and engineering for our clients, since our firm’s founding in 1937—and our innovative and nationally recognized facilities.
The 21st century has brought new challenges for the industry:
HMM’s wastewater capabilities and resources have grown with these challenges. No longer is durability and efficiency enough. We address sustainability, use the state of the art nanotechnologies, and employ the newest watershed strategies to address your regulatory mandates. HMM serves our clients in all aspects of wastewater and wet weather management: biosolids processing and disposal; wastewater processes for a complete range of effluent requirements; odor control; wastewater reuse; and wet weather management, among others. Each of these wastewater practice areas offers HMM the opportunity to deliver solutions to our municipal, industrial, and regional agency clients.
Hatch Mott MacDonald is committed to excellence in wastewater planning, management, and engineering. Our specialists plan, design, and implement wastewater collection and treatment facilities for municipalities and regional utility authorities throughout the United States and Canada. Please review our services and capabilities in each of our 10 Technology specialty areas.
Practice Leader: Wastewater