Environmental Business Journal Features Weiss Associates in Latest Issue
Weiss Associates was featured in the latest issue of the Environmental Business Journal. EBJ interviewed founder Richard Weiss about what sets Weiss apart from the competition and how the company has diversified their business in a difficult economy.
“Customers want to see boots on the ground, shovels digging, and pumps pumping. We try to explain that if you spend a little more up front, you can spend less money in the long term,” Weiss stated in the article.
Here is the complete article.
Weiss works for federal, public, and private sector clients providing environmental and waste management services at hazardous, radioactive, and/or mixed-waste sites. Since its founding in 1980, Weiss has established a reputation for high quality in characterizing and remediating soil and groundwater, and fulfilling a wide range of permitting, chemical/emissions inventory, and regulatory strategy services. Notable Weiss clients include Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, UC Davis, the Port of San Francisco, Fortune 500 Semiconductor Manufacturers, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Weiss has been identified by Engineering News Record as one of the top 200 environmental firms in the U.S, and by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the top 25 Environmental Firms in the Bay Area.