Water Treatment Solutions

Our water resources team can help advance your project with innovative and sustainable solutions. Our in-house professionals provide turnkey industrial wastewater treatment and compliance services for both new and retrofitted facilities, helping you determine an appropriate treatment technology or combination of technologies by conducting bench- and pilot-scale tests in our treatability laboratories or on site.

Local Expertise, National Resources

Led by nationally recognized experts in water treatment, CEC leverages its nationwide resources and local expertise to provide industry-leading solutions to your most challenging water treatment projects.

CEC Experts


Steve Casey, P.E., CPESC

Vice President
scasey@cecinc.com


Mr. Casey has more than 20 years of engineering consulting experience. His responsibilities include municipal engineering, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, NPDES compliance, site/civil design, site plan review services, landfill design, erosion and sediment control design, and wastewater treatment design. His qualifications also include knowledge of numerous federal, state, and local laws concerning erosion and sediment control, and water quantity and quality permitting.
Ivan Cooper, P.E., BCEE

Principal
icooper@cecinc.com

Areas of Expertise:

Leachate Management and Treatment, Wastewater treatability/pilot testing, Process Design Engineering, Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Industrial Process Water Design, Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment, NPDES Permit Negotiation, Pretreatment System Permitting, Treatment Plant Operations/Troubleshooting, Water Quality & Quantity Modeling, CCR and Industrial Waste Management, Environmental Compliance, Compliance Audits, Merger & Acquisition Due Diligence, Waste Characterization


Mr. Cooper is a Principal in CEC’s Charlotte office and is the National Practice Leader for Water and Wastewater. He oversees environmental consulting activities in landfill leachate, municipal and industrial water and wastewater, power, regulatory compliance issues. He has detailed experience in wastewater permitting, treatability, preliminary and detailed studies and design, construction observation, operation and maintenance manuals, start-up, and operational assistance for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities. With over 43 years of technical and management experience, he has evaluated sites, performed and reviewed historical and cost evaluations for over 100 landfills and National Priority List (NPL) Superfund sites and has conducted the preliminary and detailed design of over 100 leachate, industrial, and municipal waste treatment systems. He is a licensed professional engineer in 13 states and a Board Certified Environmental Engineer by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists.
Matt Fluharty, P.E.

Principal
mfluharty@cecinc.com


Matt Gramza, P.E., CFM, CPESC

Principal
mgramza@cecinc.com


Pat Sullivan, P.E.

Principal
psullivan@cecinc.com


Scott Rasmussen

Principal
srasmussen@cecinc.com


Greg Werner, P.E.

Principal
gwerner@cecinc.com


Robert White

Principal
rwhite@cecinc.com


Kevin Wolfe, Ph.D., P.E., CPESC, CPSWQ

Vice President
kwolfe@cecinc.com


Project Downloads

Quasi-Design and Oversight

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Seep Remediation

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Arsenic Treatability Bench Study

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Water/Wastewater Management Evaluation

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Company Downloads

Company Overview

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Leachate Treatment Services

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Coal Combustion Residual Management Services

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Industrial Wastewater Management

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PFAS Update

Paul Tomiczek III, P.E., REM, CEC’s Chief Technical Offer, and Tom Maher, P.G., CEC’s Environmental Engineering and Sciences Group Lead, were among 60 leading members of the scientific, engineering, regulatory, and legal communities assembled for the PFAS Experts Symposium in Arlington, Virginia on May 20 and 21, 2019, to discuss issues related to per‐ and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Published in the September 2019 issue of the journal Remediation, Paul and Tom co-authored an article summarizing the consensus points developed during the symposium.