RMI has over 25 years of biosolids management experience throughout the northeast and is honored to be recognized as a leader in innovation and sustainability within the wastewater industry! When we were introduced to the Shincci dryer/dehumidification technology in 2018, we …View This Post about RMI is 2021 recipient of NEWEA Green Steps Award!
Resource Management, Inc. (RMI) is committed to the land, our environment and the people we serve. We provide responsive, innovative, and high quality organic residuals and recycling services to address our customers interests and needs.
Site WorkLooking to restore and reclaim disturbed lands?
SupplierLooking for an innovative solution to manage your organic residuals?
FarmerLooking to enhance soil productivity and crop yield at a lower cost?
MunicipalLooking for the right solutions to manage your public works projects?
Discover the benefits of using manufactured topsoil through a first-hand account. The Wilsons of Alstead, New Hampshire restored their farm fields after severe flood damage thanks to the use of manufactured topsoil.
RMI is growing and we are looking for a General Manager to join our team. Please take a look at this job posting below and share with any folks that you think might be a good fit for our biosolids and residuals management company here in NH. Invitation for RMI General …View This Post about RMI Hiring for General Manager
Our Shincci-USA Dehumidification Low Temperature Dryer is up and running in Hooksett, NH! Game Changer for Sludge Management We have an official launch of the Shincci-USA Sludge Dryer at the Hooksett WWTF! We began this journey some time ago and we now have dried Class …View This Post about Our Shincci-USA Dryer is up and running in Hooksett, NH!
Another Successful Trip to Washington, DC for Water’s Worth It! Members of the NH Water Pollution Control Association (NHWPCA) traveled to Washington, DC on April 17-18 to participate in the annual New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Congressional Briefing. This …View This Post about 2018 Spring Newsletter!