Our communities are becoming increasingly aware of waste management issues. Ideas that were once considered innovative, such as recycling programs and carbon sequestration for landfills, are becoming standard practice as environmental stewardship becomes increasingly important to our communities. Stricter regulatory guidelines and the rising costs for providing commercial and residential waste management programs are of significant concern to many counties and cities. This concern is particularly challenging for small local agencies having aging equipment and limited resources. In communities affected by the energy boom, growing residential and business population are placing additional pressure on systems already at capacity. These communities are looking for affordable and reliable solutions.

WTC has a long history serving these communities. Our professionals offer our clients innovative solutions that are both affordable and reliable. We help our clients analyze their unique situation and provide thoughtful recommendations – enabling them to make informed decisions. We understand that the best solution may not always be to build additional capacity. In some cases, the right solution could be to negotiate with regulators, outsource the waste management service, partner with neighboring communities, or similar thinking that avoids significant capital costs. When the right solution does point to new construction, our comprehensive suite of services can plan, permit, design and construct your project.

Our experience also extends to the specialized radioactive and hazardous waste industry. We are proud to be play an important role in ensuring public safety and environmental compliance as our nation’s waste is processed for destruction or long-term disposal.


  • Land Surveying, Mapping and GIS
  • Master Planning
  • Comprehensive Planning
  • Capital Improvement Planning
  • Economic Analysis
  • Permitting
  • Engineering
  • Site Development
  • Design
  • Procurement Services
  • Construction Engineering and Inspection
  • Construction Management
  • Program Management
  • Public Involvement
  • Remediation and Restoration
  • Well Monitoring
  • Leachate Treatment
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Facilities
  • Transportation Infrastructure
  • Water and Wastewater Infrastructure