Valicor is a trusted partner for sustainable waste management solutions across North America.
Leveraging its extensive fleet of tankers and a network of strategically located centralized wastewater treatment (“CWT”) facilities, the Company transports and processes diverse wastewater streams that result from the manufacture of industrial and consumer goods. Additionally, Valicor focuses on providing sustainable alternatives for recycling, reuse and conversion to improve environmental outcomes and diminish landfill disposal.
The Company’s mission-critical services allow customers to meet federal, state, and local regulations by safely and responsibly disposing of oily water, leachate, soaps, line flush waste, and similar waste streams and it also provides a diverse set of landfill solidification, product destruction, and retail oil services. As an ISO 14001 certified organization, Valicor takes great pride in its environmental compliance process.
We are proud to offer:
- National & Regional Pricing
- ISO 14001 certified
- 24 locations in 13 states and growing
- 180+ truck fleet
- 300+ million gallons of wastewater recycled every year
Valicor safeguards the environment by providing sustainable wastewater solutions to the customers and communities we serve.
America’s most trusted provider of sustainable wastewater processing and transportation solutions with unrivaled people, safety, service and operations.
- Customer Focus
1982 - 1999
Valicor was founded in 1982 to pump and haul residential septic waste and grease traps to local sewer authorities. In the 90s, Valicor acquired Leachate Processing, opened Middletown Centralized Wastewater Treatment and became the first CWT company to be ISO14001 Certified.
2000 - 2013
Valicor ESOP officially formed, leading the way to growing oil services and opening additional facilities in Alabama, West Virginia, and Ohio.
2014 - 2016
Valicor continued growth across the United States, opening facilities in St. Louis & Kansas City while expanding services to include soap recycling programs, solidification and line flushes.
Valicor was acquired by Windpoint Partners and corporate offices were moved to Ohio. Over the next two years, Midstate Environmental, Spirit Environmental, and Rivergreen Environmental were acquired, allowing Valicor to expand into Tennessee, Maryland, Viriginia, Kentucky, Texas and Oklahoma.
2019 - Today
In 2019, Valicor was acquired by Pritzer Private Capital. Since, Valicor has acquired Envirosolids and ASI Environmental Services, opening additional facilities in Michigan, Texas, and Arkansas.
Our Leadership Team
Chief Executive Officer
EVP of Engineering & Technology
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President
Chief Commercial Officer
Vice President of Human Resources
SVP of Business Development