I flushed, now what?

We provide comprehensive wastewater engineering services to help communities navigate the complicated regulatory environment and keep New England’s waters clean. We have extensive experience ranging from “simple” lagoon systems to the most complicated of activated sludge systems. While we pride ourselves on our expertise, we also value the day-to-day experiences of system operators and work hand-in-hand to develop the appropriate process control, optimization, or engineering practice to meet the municipality’s needs.

We have helped lead Vermont and designed the State’s 1st public SBR treatment facility (Johnson, VT) and first public decentralized wastewater system (Warren, VT). We continue to innovate and actively assisting wastewater facilities throughout the State find creative and efficient ways to comply with the Lake Champlain Phosphorus TMDL.

We have completed a numerous phosphorus removal pilot studies and completed a large upgrade project at the St. Albans WWTF to improve phosphorus removal. We also offer process optimization studies to maximize the capabilities of the equipment facility’s already have.

Primary Wastewater Services
  • Wastewater Planning
  • VT Discharge Permit Compliance
  • Wastewater Collection & Pumping
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Decentralized (On-Site) Wastewater Systems
  • Biosolids Treatment and Beneficial Use
  • Sludge Dryers
  • SCADA / Instrumentation
  • Other Services

“I wanted to thank A+E for their professionalism on our wastewater projects. Having been involved in several other more “challenging” projects since your projects, I fully appreciate the level of service that you have provided the Town.” Richard Menge, PE, Public Works Director, Town of Hartford

“Through a detailed engineering evaluation, the most practical solution was identified and developed. Throughout this process, A+E worked closely with the Selectboard, Town staff and the community to communicate the plan and seek input. Throughout the project, A+E went out of their way to support us and assist us.” Barry K. Simpson, Selectboard Chair, Town of Warren