Experts in Non-Sewered Development
NCS specializes in providing comprehensive site development services for residential and commercial development in non-sewered areas. Beginning with an initial site feasibility assessment, NCS will conduct the required soils and hydrologic evaluation, design the wastewater treatment and dispersal system best suited to the site, obtain necessary state and local wastewater related permits, build the system and then provide ongoing operation management services for the development.
NCS has long been a pioneer in clustered small community sewer systems and large-scale commercial development. With installations and operations in 28 states and Canada, the depth and breadth of NCS experience and capability is unsurpassed.
You will find more information on our expertise under the following links in this website:
Site feasibility assessment, Soils and hydrologic evaluation, Engineering and design, Permit management, Construction and Operations management.
NCS will be participating in the upcoming International Builders’ Show (IBS). It is being held in Orlando, Florida January 12-15th at the Orange County Convention Center. If you are planning to attend, please visit us at booth W5882 where you can learn about past and on-going projects. We would be happy to discuss your ongoing or future projects that may have specific wastewater challenges.
NCS is pleased to inform you that this year’s event features a 90 minute education session to discuss water and wastewater related issues. We will be participating in this program. The title of this session is “A 21st Century Sustainable Solution for Sewer Service Demands” and it is scheduled on Friday, January 14 from 1:30 to 3:00 PM in Room West 308 A-B.
If you are interested in learning more about sustainable concepts for meeting water/sewer demands for your project and challenging nationally recognized experts with your questions, please plan on attending the educational seminar.
Education Session Details
A 21st Century Sustainable Solution for Sewer Service Demands
Friday, January 14
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
West Hall - Booth number W5882
This session combines a panel discussion with presentations on the increasingly important topic of residential wastewater management in areas not served by public sewer. You'll learn from case studies about the safe, adequate and responsible approach to treating wastewater in small quantities. We'll discuss the advanced technologies and services now available, and how public and private sector entities can work together to provide decentralized wastewater systems in a cost-effective and environmentally sound manner.
For more information you can contact Anish directly by calling 253-255-7629 or by email email@example.com if you have any questions about the session.