Bio-Nomic Services, Inc., headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is part of a nationwide network of 19 Carylon Corporation companies.
The Chicago-based Carylon Corporation is a privately held company that began its legacy in 1949 as a small cleaning service and has since grown into one of the largest and most respected corporations of its kind in the industry. Carylon companies provide industry, municipalities, and utilities with services that help maintain process efficiency and meet environmental compliance.
Founded on Innovation
From the beginning, Carylon companies have thrived on the notion of innovation. They invented the first continuous rod, truck-mounted power rodder for cleaning sewers, developed the use of closed-circuit television for sewer line inspections, and pioneered the internal sealing of leaking sewers using pressure chemical grouting.
Comprehensive Environmental Maintenance Services
Today, from locations throughout the United States, Carylon companies provide their customers with a full range of the most comprehensive environmental maintenance services available -- and backs them with a guarantee that is unmatched in the industry. "You must be satisfied or you pay absolutely nothing for our services." In over five decades Carylon companies have never failed to fulfill a contract and to meet or beat contractual specifications. Our projects range in size from the use of one man and one piece of equipment to those requiring the use of multi-company, mufti-disciplinary crews and a fleet of specialized equipment.
Management and Leadership
Peter P. Fleetwood is the President responsible for the functions of Bio-Nomic Services, Inc. Joel Coert, the Division Manager and Josh Warren, Superintendent, are responsible for the mobile dewatering and dredging operations. Randy Bigham is the manager of land application of water treatment residual in accordance with the 40 CFR 503 guidelines. Chris Tettmar is our superintendent who oversees our sewer maintenance services. Other Bio-Nomic Services associates repair and maintain equipment at our 15,000 square foot shop, supervise projects, and man our daily operations in the field. Our operators have many years of training and experience and all take pride in their work.
Did You Know
The Carylon Corporation as a whole purchases more than $10,000,000 in new equipment annually. This volume insures our fleet is the newest in the industry.
Carylon companies use the coding and grading of pipe and manhole defects in sewer systems and operator certification standards as set forth in the NASSCO Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP).*
*The Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP) was jointly developed by NASSCO and the Water Research Centre (WRC) to create a national standard for the coding and grading of pipe and manhole defects in sewer systems, and the certification of individuals for the PAC Program application.