Heartland Technology develops and markets proprietary wastewater treatment technology and services that are general extensions of technology developed by Heartland’s management team over two decades. Success, to date, includes patented processes for landfill leachate and wastewater treatment that have been successfully commercialized with a 100% record of success. Heartland’s broad wastewater treatment experience encompasses executive management, operations, research and development, process and project engineering, business development, and project development. The skills of Heartland’s management team have been honed by experience encompassing more than 150 cumulative years of professional service.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Treatment
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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We are dedicated to developing and marketing technologies that tip the scales in the favor of reason and sound ecological principles when applied to complex waste management challenges.
Our technology development programs are driven by the core belief that simple, reliable and effective process systems are the best way to satisfy customers’ needs, and the strongest measure of our success is their success.
Values are the enduring beliefs that form the basis of our culture. Our values guide us in making those daily decisions, both large and small, that over time determine our achievement.
In valuing safety, we acknowledge that the well- being of our team members, partners and customers is always our first and foremost priority.Service
Service is a mind-set that says we care for those around us more than we do ourselves. The abundance we create for ourselves is a multiplier of how much we give of ourselves to others.Customer First
In order to help our customers, we must first understand at a deep level what they value, and how they succeed. Only then can we develop and deliver appropriate solutions for them.Solving Important Problems
We work hard. With the time we have available in our careers, we want to work on problems that will help sustain our planet and society for our next generations.Winning as a Team
The best teams win, not the best collection of athletes. To be an effective team we must perform our jobs at the highest levels, trust in individuals around us, practice and train like professionals, and execute with a quiet confidence. Our ability to play as a team is the cornerstone of our success.
How We Behave
The foundation of all good teams is trust. How we behave determines the level of trust we build collectively.
Integrity means always doing what is right … even when no one is watching.Candor
Candor is the quality of being open, honest, direct and sincere. Candor is bi-directional. Not only will ‘I be candid with you’ but I will have the confidence and defenselessness to allow ‘you to be candid with me.’Respect
It is through respect that we acknowledge the value and worth of those around us. We show respect for others in how we communicate, how we listen, how we deliver on commitments, and how we own up to our mistakes.Optimism
Optimism is a force multiplier. Optimistic teams are not bounded by the conventional wisdom of what is possible, and as a result, consistently achieve more… and have more fun along the way!Initiative
Great teams and great team members do not wait around for direction. They seek to understand strategy and business intent, they “see around corners” to identify opportunities and threats, and move proactively to drive impact.
What We Do
Over and above our values and behaviors, our habits are the things we do each and every day irrespective of the goals and strategy of the company. Our habits, applied over time, are how we win.
- Creating value for our customers
- Having a passion for process improvement
- Simplifying the complex
- Being insatiable learners
- Operationalizing metrics and scorecards
- Embracing problems and challenges
- Recognizing and rewarding impact