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ET Environmental and WIH Resource Group Announce Strategic Business Alliance

Posted at November 30, 2015 | By : | Categories : Blog,Press Releases | 0 Comment

Phoenix, AZ — November 30, 2015—ET Environmental Corporation, LLC (www.etenv.com) and WIH Resource Group, Inc. (www.wihrg.com) have joined forces to form a strategic business alliance.  The partnership brings together industry veterans in the solid waste and alternative energy fields to provide complete client solutions for projects from conception through final completion.  With a focus on project feasibility analysis and return on investment, engineering design, procurement, construction management, and operations and maintenance, this partnership provides valuable assistance that clients may not have in-house.BW & BH Headshots

“The waste industry is constantly seeking ways to improve profits, increase customer retention, and operate more efficiently,” said Bob Wallace, Principal & VP of Client Solutions of WIH Resource Group, Inc. “The partnership with ET Environmental is a huge step in delivering on those goals. The combination of ET Environmental’ s engineering expertise, depth of experience and technical knowledge, coupled with WIH Resource Group’s waste management, recycling, operational, transportation and financial analytical capabilities makes for a powerful combination.  This partnership will benefit both public and private sector waste and recycling management organizations and companies throughout North America.  We are pleased to form this strategic business alliance with ET Environmental.”

“ET Environmental and WIH Resource Group have similar cultures with separate and distinct service strengths.  Our partnership creates a strategic approach that combines those strengths into a sum that’s greater than the separate parts,” said president and CEO Bill Higginbotham.   “We look forward to working with WIH Resource Group.”

About ET Environmental
With headquarters in Atlanta, ET Environmental is an independent design/build firm with in-house professional engineers and construction managers in 14 offices across the US and Canada. The company focuses on design and construction of alternative fueling infrastructure and maintenance facilities as well as all areas of the solid waste industry including transfer stations, material recycling facilities, landfill projects, environmental remediation and decontamination, landfill gas to energy, leachate treatment, and rail haul infrastructure.   Founded in 1993, ET Environmental has blended environmental expertise and construction knowledge and management systems into a unique, integrated design/build service model.

About WIH Resource Group
WIH Resource Group (WIH) is leading global provider of environmental, waste management, recycling, transportation, financial and logistical solutions.

WIH provides its clients with fully integrated solutions to day to day business challenges, M&A Services, expert witness, feasibility studies, renewable natural gas, disposal management, business valuations, advertising, customer satisfaction surveys as well as diverse range of other Client-specific solutions.

WIH offers Clients creative solutions to solve complex business issues for government municipalities, industrial companies, environmental, engineering firms, non-profits, waste organizations and commercial customers alike.  WIH Staff takes our Client relationships seriously and strive to exceed our client’s individual expectations, goals and needs.  We look to establish long term relationships with our clients, ones where we are called upon regularly to assist our clients in developing viable and sustainable solutions.  For additional information, visit http://wihrg.com/

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Media Contacts:

Tina Reed, ET Environmental Corporation, LLC, 602-920-7852, treed@etenv.com

Bob Wallace, WIH Resource Group, Inc., 480-241-9994, bwallace@wihresourcegroup.com

About Tina Reed

Based in ET's Phoenix, AZ office, Tina Reed holds a BA and Cert. of Construction Management from Arizona State University.