EnvironMental engineering Group (EMG) is specialized consultant in environmental sanitation responsible of improving the quality of the environment and reducing the amount of disease. By doing so, the hope is that living conditions will improve and health problems will decrease. The management of water, solid waste, and industrial waste, as well as the topic of pollution, all fall under the umbrella of EMG.
To control the water pollution which is directly linked to the use of appropriate wastewater systems and their management.
Our clients rely on our diverse experience:
- EMG has a strategic alliance with Universities. This alliance provides academic knowledge base, experience, and laboratory capabilities. EMG addresses key wet infrastructure sustainability challenges that are focused on energy, potable and recycled water, wastewater, mining water, produced water and industrial water from projects.
- EMG collaborates with faculty members of engineering and science departments at major universities.
To produce a high treated effluent water quality, safe recreational waters, environmentally sustainable surface and groundwater with watershed based best management practices related to appropriate wastewater systems, technology, treatment and management.
EMG provides innovative and sustainable solutions to global environmental issues and natural resource limitations through specialized analytics and research.
Our multi-disciplinary staff offers state-of-the-art capabilities including pilot equipment fabrication and pilot testing. Areas include water-energy nexus and sustainability, treatment facility optimization, development of best management practices for emerging contaminants, treatment of industrial wastewater and produced water, and emerging technology development and evaluation.
Who We Are
EMG experts are skilled at leading and executing highly successful, multidisciplinary projects.
We use proven methods of coordination and collaboration with strict management of quality, value, schedule and cost. Our engineering services range from design to start-up and commissioning for all types of projects.
All water can be made clean; it is just a question of how much we are willing to pay. It is important to find a balance between that which is technically possible, and cost.
EMG group is an experimentally oriented research group working in close cooperation with most of the projects targeting development of new treatment processes as well as optimization of treatment processes both for:
- Drinking water,
- Industrial process water,
- Municipal and industrial wastewater and
- Sludge treatment.