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Santa Clara Waste Water has been a treatment provider for 50 years
General Environmental Management, Inc. (GEM) has signed a letter of intent to acquire Santa Clara Waste Water Co. (SCWW), a 50-year-old provider of wastewater treatment services.
“We are acquiring not only a long-time successful company with a great track record and valuable assets, but are partnering with one of the finest management teams in the environmental management business, led by SCWW CEO Doug Edwards,” said GEM CEO Tim Koziol. “Doug and his team have set the standard for wastewater management. Their facility situated on five acres of strategically located land in Santa Clara Valley, along with their unique and invaluable 12.7-mile pipeline from their facility to the city of Oxnard’s water reclamation center, gives GEM a cornerstone to build a regional and then national presence in the water treatment market.”