"What we're seeing with bin cleaning is either the plant's delivery system is broken down and they have bridged corn within it, or in order to make some of the mechanical repairs, they need to get the material out of the vessel. This could be for a variety of reasons, such as materials being too dry or wet." Chris Biellier, vice president of the environmental and waste solutions division
Seneca Companies was featured in the February/March 2018 issue of Business View magazine.
A case study written by Justin Richmond, Seneca's director of fuel quality and restoration services, was published in Volume 12, Issue 1 of the PEI Journal.
Employees of the Cambridge Casey's and Seneca Companies construction workers held an official ground-breaking for the new store.
Seneca's Remediation division vendor, Carbonair, recently featured one of a Seneca's projects in a case study.