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About The Company

IMG_20160309_152118873_edit_smP&H Senesac, Inc. is a leader in cleaning, dewatering, and removal of water, wastewater sludge, and other forms of non-hazardous waste. Through our commitment to advanced technology, seamless systems, and exemplary client service, we raise the bar for mobile sludge dewatering.

Our company was founded in 1985 by a team that had already amassed plenty of experience in wastewater removal and sludge mitigation. Since P&H Senesac was formalized, we have progressed rapidly, staying on the cutting edge of centrifuge dewatering technology and winning contracts that span several service applications.

In fact, the P&H Senesac client roster is an extensive and diverse one. We are proud to work in all facets of municipal and industrial work. We have provided dewatering and solid waste removal services for food processing plants, drinking water processing plants, wastewater treatment centers, semiconductor plants, baby food formula plants, and a host of other applications. We have also provided tank, digester, pond, and lagoon dewatering for a plethora of municipal undertakings.

Our company’s founders, Paul and Helen Senesac, have always had a will to succeed and a passion for providing clients with exemplary service. What has always been our calling card is our ability to sense changes in the industry and to adapt accordingly. We were using mobile centrifuge technology before it was standard practice; today, we are pioneers in this field and invest heavily in keeping our technology up to date.

Today, we proudly leverage the power of our two main mobile dewatering centrifuge systems, The Maximus System and The Spartan System, to get results for our clients—and it is no surprise that our clients are loyal to us because of it.

Learn more about working with P&H Senesac by contacting us today.
(888) 524-7013

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