Liquid Environmental Solutions (LES) announces it has acquired NewStream’s business.
Addition of Massachusetts non-hazardous industrial wastewater treatment and materials recycling facility expands LES service network into New England.
Liquid Environmental Solutions (“LES”), the nation’s largest exclusively non-hazardous liquid waste services company, has completed its acquisition of the business of NewStream LLC, the premier non-hazardous industrial water and wastewater treatment and materials recycling company in New England. Now known as LES New England, this state of the art Centralized Waste Treatment (CWT) complex, located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, complements the company’s growing national network of fifteen pretreatment and recycling facilities, seven of which offer comprehensive industrial and commercial liquid waste treatment and recycling services.
LES, based in Irving, Texas, is currently one of the largest operators of non-hazardous wastewater recycling facilities in the United States. The Company specializes in collecting and treating a variety of commercial and industrial liquid waste streams, in the process extracting and recycling fats, oils and grease for beneficial reuse. LES is the largest collector of grease trap waste in the nation and has developed a strong brand built through a track record of compliance and dependability for over ten years as a provider of reliable, comprehensive and essential liquid waste management solutions that enable its customers to comply with federal, state, and local environmental regulations.
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is a high-capacity industrial water and wastewater treatment and materials recycling company located in Attleboro, MA. We receive shipments from a wide geographic area via truck and rail. We own and occupy a 90,000 ft2 facility originally built and operated by Texas Instruments. NewStream maintains a 1-million-gallon storage capacity and employs a wide range of chemical and physical processes for water and wastewater treatment and materials recovery. Recovered liquids such as oil and ethylene glycol are remanufactured for resale as industrial fuel and antifreeze. Effluent wastewater is discharged directly to the City of Attleboro’s municipal treatment facility.
What we do...
Read about NewStream in the Boston Business Journal here.
Non-Hazardous Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Non-Hazardous Wastewater consists of any wastewater that is not specifically defined as a Hazardous Waste per the Code of Massachusetts Regulations. For examples of non-hazardous streams, see the lists in the Water and Wastewater sections of our web site. For a summary of the definitions of CMR Hazardous Waste, click here
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Specification Used Oil Fuel (SUOF) Recycling
We are able to recycle SUOF and treat the resulting wastewater in a single location - saving you valuable time and minimizing your disposal costs. >>> Learn more.
NewStream accepts used antifreeze in drums, totes, and bulk. Ethylene Glycol is recovered from the used material and re-manufactured into premium, heavy-duty antifreeze. >>> Learn more.
Why we're different...
- Our management team is made up of seasoned and dedicated entrepreneurs. Our operations team is comprised of former Texas Instruments-trained employees.
- Because our operating costs are lower than those of hazardous waste treatment facilities, we are able to provide lower-cost solutions to our customers.
- ‘Quick Quote’ requests are fulfilled within 60 minutes - 24/7!
- Deliveries are accepted 24/7 by both truck and rail. Our proprietary pricing calculator ensures consistent, competitive quotes.
- Incoming loads are segregated via batch treatment for easy tracking and effective disposal.
- A 110kw solar array, enables us to use green energy to help power our operations.
We take great pride in finding creative, compliant solutions for our customers. Intrigued? Come visit! We are available for site tours with minimal advance notice, and facility audits within 24 hours of request.