Natural Systems Utilities

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    NSU is a distributed infrastructure development and investment company specializing in sustainable water and energy solutions. With over 28 years of innovation and leadership in the water industry, NSU is committed to delivering its expertise to four key markets: municipal retrofit, industrial food & beverage, large community systems, and oil produced water. By using an efficient turnkey design, build, operate, and finance approach, NSU provides clients within these markets with cost effective, low risk solutions to meet their water and energy resource needs. NSUs talented team of researchers, scientists, engineers, builders, plant operators and asset managers have extensive knowledge in membrane bioreactors, constructed wetlands, anaerobic digestion, and other water and wastewater technologies. NSU forges the best practices of long-term operational management and innovative investment support. ... Show more
    TypePrivate
    Founded2007
    HQHillsborough Township, US
    Websitenaturalsystemsutilities.com
    Employee Ratings4.6

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)66(-2%)

    Natural Systems Utilities Office Locations

    Natural Systems Utilities has offices in Hillsborough Township, Napa, Ham Lake and Fall River
    Hillsborough Township, US (HQ)
    2 Clerico Ln
    Fall River, US
    107 21 Father Devalles Blvd
    Ham Lake, US
    100 17818 MN-65
    Napa, US
    107 477 Devlin Rd
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    2007
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    Natural Systems Utilities News and Updates

    Natural Systems Utilities Expands Into Cape Cod, MA and Acquires Bennett Environmental Associates

    HILLSBOROUGH, N.J., Jan. 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Natural Systems Utilities (NSU) announced today the successful completion of the acquisition of Bennett Environmental Associates LLC (BEA) and expansion into Cape Cod and the islands in Massachusetts.  BEA currently manages 30 onsite water and …
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    Natural Systems Utilities Blogs

    NSU Gives Thanks

    At Natural Systems Utilities, we have so much to be thankful for…loyal clients, supportive vendors, amazing employees, and our inspirational CEO and Board of Directors. Wishing you and your families– a joyful and safe Thanksgiving holiday!   The post NSU Gives Thanks appeared first on Natural System…

    Columbia University Students Tour Battery Park City Blackwater Reuse System

    Ed Clerico, P.E., CEO Emeritus, provided educational tours for approximately 40 Environmental Engineering students from Columbia University this week. The students toured The Solaire’s blackwater reuse system to get a first-hand look at successful wastewater management in New York City. Ngai Yin Yip…

    Bruce Douglas Exhibiting Solutions for Urban Water Issues at MIT Summit

    The MIT Water Summit is being held this year on November 15th-16th.  This year’s focus will be Thirsty Cities. By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities- up from 50% today. And, many cities are already running out of water. Join the experts to reflect on the unique challenges facing…

    West Point Cadets Tour Solaire Water Reuse Facility

    Ed Clerico, P.E., CEO Emeritus and Miroslav Salon, LEED AP, Resident Manager, The Solaire, had the pleasure of providing an educational tour for an amazing group of students; West Point Cadets. Elizabeth A. Dzwonczyk, MAJ, Assistant Professor of Geography & Environmental Engineering and her City…

    Clerico Presents at Urban Green Council – New York

    Ed Clerico, P.E., CEO Emeritus, will be participating in a timely panel at the Urban Green Council in New York this evening. While New York City has made great strides in water conservation efforts, a panel of experts will examine and discuss other alternative methods such as harvested rainwater and…

    Businesses Must Connect to Protect Water Supplies

    EDITORIAL: By Richard Lawton and Ed Clerico http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181022/NJBIZ01/181029975/businesses-must-connect-to-protect-water-supplies   The post Businesses Must Connect to Protect Water Supplies appeared first on Natural Systems Utilities.
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    Natural Systems Utilities Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Natural Systems Utilities founded?

      Natural Systems Utilities was founded in 2007.

    • How many employees does Natural Systems Utilities have?

      Natural Systems Utilities has 66 employees.

    • Who are Natural Systems Utilities competitors?

      Competitors of Natural Systems Utilities include RainGrid, Yuxta and ClimateCare.

    • Where is Natural Systems Utilities headquarters?

      Natural Systems Utilities headquarters is located at 2 Clerico Ln, Hillsborough Township.

    • Where are Natural Systems Utilities offices?

      Natural Systems Utilities has offices in Hillsborough Township, Napa, Ham Lake and Fall River.

    • How many offices does Natural Systems Utilities have?

      Natural Systems Utilities has 4 offices.