New Alternatives To Old Methods

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For over 33 years, WTS has been providing clients with safe, original and benefical means of mitigating environmental risks and properly managing by-product streams. WTS has formulated  many new solutions during the company's history and this high level of innovation can be attributed to our objectivity and our drive to utilize recyling, reuse, and resource reclamation whenever possible.

As a non-asset based business, WTS is not bound to any one solution, but rather caters to the specific needs of a customer and potential functions of a material by considering a vast array of options. As part of the WTS sustainable solutions business enterprise, WTS is proud to offer assistance through our engineered solutions division. Engineered solutions require a team approach, which is why a group of WTS employees with a diverse range of skills and expertise in engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, environmental sciences and industry knowledge can be delpoyed to solve major problems through upstream solutions.

The process of innovation is natural at WTS as we aim to serve our cutomers with the most environmentally and economically responsible  methods available. This often leads to the development of client-specific solutions and unique perspectives on end-of-life management for by-products. Ultimately, we share a common goal with our customers of preserving natural resources and avoiding landfill disposal.

In 2012, WTS was recognized as a finalist for an ICIS Magazine global award for "Innovation with Best Environmental Benefit." This honor was bestowed upon WTS for our selenium solution, which proves to be beneficial as it avoids sending the rare material to landfill, recycles it with a positive reuse, and creates a source of revenue from a material that previously required costly and less sustainable disposal.