Our business partners and neighbors
Our business partners and neighbors
As the leading wastewater system design company in Texas, we are very proud of our client relationships. Our clients are not only our business partners, but they are also our neighbors. And that means our commitment goes beyond getting the design job done — it also extends to advising our clients throughout every step of this very complex process. Our focus is on consistent and unwavering professionalism, service, and quality. And that’s why many WWD Engineering client partnerships have spanned many years.
Across all of Texas, we partner with our clients to:
All across Texas, schools — from Elementary to Higher Education — comprise the largest part of our clients. We are the top design firm in Texas in the number of wastewater systems that we’ve designed for schools. In fact, school and school district wastewater system design is our specialty.
A wastewater system for a school often proves to be a more complicated and challenging design than a system for another type of building or site, since the school is a versatile building. Our team will provide the most effective wastewater solution for the school; a wastewater system that processes food waste, sludge, brown grease and domestic waste. We will offer the school a system that is optimized and provides the lowest total cost of ownership.
The student population, cafeteria consumption, chemistry laboratories, urinals, toilets, water fountains, showers — a school has various daily functions that need water systems, and there is no one who does them better than us.
WWD Engineering adresses the entire pre-construction life cycle for the school’s wastewater system. By addressing the entire pre-construction life cycle for wastewater facilities, WWD Engineering gives our clients peace-of-mind: a turnkey approach that frees them up to address other issues. Over the years, we’ve developed a well-defined and steamlined process that addresses all elements of the pre-construction life cycle, from research to system conceptualization to system designed — all while keeping our clients well-informed.
Business & Industrial
While the wastewater from commercial Business can be food waste, sludge, brown grease and domestic waste, Industrial wastewater ranges from those termed as hazardous and toxic to those considered to be conventional pollutants. Wastewater characteristics vary considerably from one industry to another and significant variations in flow and contaminant levels may occur hourly within the same plant.
WWD Engineering is experienced in not only being able to offer the Business or Industrial complex a system that is optimized and provides the lowest total cost of ownership, but also one that meets local, state and federal regulations – depending on the use of the facility, it must meet locally developed limits and in some cases federally imposed categorical limits.
Industrial discharges can be a very complex and challenging venture for commercial businesses, retail establishments, RV parks, manufacturing facilities, pharmeceuticals, and other business and industrial ventures. WWD Engineering is the best in Texas for making these systems easy and cost-effecient.
By addressing the entire pre-construction life cycle for wastewater facilities, WWD Engineering, gives our clients peace-of-mind; a turnkey approach that frees them up to address other issues. Over the years, we’ve developed a well defined and streamlined process that addresses all elements of the pre-construction life cycle from research to system conceptualization to system design – all while keeping the client well informed.
Wastewater for restaurants and other commercial food service facilities differs significantly from that of any other facility. In addition to higher surge volumes during busy periods, and generally higher water temperatures, restaurant wastewater is high in grease content, solids (including food waste), and janitorial cleaners.
Oil and grease frequently cause problems for an onsite wastewater system; they liquefy at the high water temperatures used to wash dishes, and later solidify in the wastewater system, causing problems. Although traditional grease traps are supposed to prevent grease from entering the septic system, high loads of emulsified grease can often get through, and clog the soil absorption systems. If soil absorption systems at restaurants are to function in the long-term, design modifications must be made which take into account the higher wastewater strength and flow variations found in restaurant wastewater.
Restaurants have special needs and demands that must be met in order for the wastewater management system to be effective. We have years of experience with these needs and demands, and we are sure that we can provide you with the system that you need for your establishment.
WWD Engineering offers the restaurant and commercial food service industry a system that is optimized and provides the lowest total cost of ownership. We address the entire pre-construction life cycle of the restaurant’s wastewater management system, and work to give you the best system for your establishment, in way that gives you the peace-of-mind and clarity that you deserve.
The increased growth pressure that is occurring outside of established metropolitan areas and in rural areas where no existing municipal water and sewer infrastructure exists has created a demand for alternatives — alternatives we can provide.
Residential subdivision systems consist of three separate major components: collection systems, treatment systems, and disposal systems. We provide options for each phase and customized design so that the final system will provide the most efficient, cost-effective solution for the individual community.
Each community has a different rhythm, a different soul — and so do their wastewater systems. Your system needs to be made to fit the needs of your community — and we’re the most qualified in our field to help you find the system that best fits your community.
WWD Engineering has developed innovative and customized solutions for providing residential subdivision wastewater treatment systems that allow for development in areas that were previously restricted. We will assist the residential subdivision developer determine the location of the treatment facility, and will work one-on-one with the developer to identify the advantages and disadvantages of the various candidate locations.