There’s always a lot going on at SynTerra.
This is where you’ll learn about our people, their professional accomplishments, and their community involvement. You’ll also find thought-provoking environmental insights, as well as some lighthearted information.
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Earth Day is a time to celebrate wonders of the environment, but it’s also a day to acknowledge concerns and increase our stewardship.read more
Survival depends on clean drinking water, so a utility must provide quality service at a fair price. It also must operate in a financially responsible way.read more
SynTerra executives were caught off-guard by their own anniversary. Multiple projects had the company busy and in hiring mode. Finally, commemoration is underway.read more
Bill Husk has played key roles in the growth and evolution of SynTerra, but he’s most pleased the core tenets of the company have remained largely unchanged.read more
We showed up right before Christmas with a big, loud drill rig — and we started drilling through volcanic ash and rocks. We hit water … lots of water!read more
Dr. Matt Huddleston of SynTerra is working with a multidisciplinary team of academicians and industry professionals to select appropriate alternatives to leaded aviation fuel.read more
When algae grow so much that taste and odor are problematic, water resource managers often intervene. Many employ adaptive water resource management.read more
William Davidson, P.E., of SynTerra has played a key role in Phase VI structural improvements along trails at Chimney Rock State Park in North Carolina.read more
Phytoremediation employs natural technology by planting trees that absorb contaminated water, drawing toxic constituents out of the groundwater and associated soil and into the rhizosphere (area of soread more