water resource Companies in Connecticut

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Griffin Dewatering

Office in Bolton, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Griffin Has provided service and equipment to the construction dewatering and groundwater pumping market since 1934. For over 75 years Griffin has gained the respect of our customers by applying all the right solutions to their groundwater problems on projects both large and small. The key to Griffin’s success has been the combination of engineering staff, field personnel ...

Woodard & Curran

Office in Cheshire, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Woodard & Curran is an 800-person, integrated, engineering, science, and operations company. Privately held and steadily growing, we serve public and private clients locally and nationwide. From our environmental roots to the range of consulting, engineering, and operations expertise we provide today, we work for a diverse clientele—including municipalities, industry, ...

Cecil Instruments Limited

Distributor in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Cecil Instruments are leading designers and manufacturers of HPLC systems, Ion Chromatographs and UV/Visible Spectrophotometers. Cecil Instruments’ Merit, Adept and Q-Adept ranges of modular HPLC and IonQuest Ion Chromatography instrumentation and systems, may be configured to suit individual requirements. A wide range of detectors, including the revolutionary, ...

Directional Technologies, Inc.

Office in Wallingford, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Directional Technologies is the nation’s expert horizontal remediation well drilling contractor. The company specializes in installation and design of horizontal remediation well systems. The company provides planning, review, well screen design and well development. The company began installing horizontal remediation wells in 1993 and installed the first horizontal ...

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