LWR has safely and successfully managed more than 1,500 remediation and recycling projects in the United States, Canada, and Latin America over the last twenty years. We are prepared to mobilize wherever you may need us.
LWR was created by two Fortune 500 companies, Chevron and TOTAL Petrochemicals, to manage the largest State Superfund Site in Texas.
LWR was the first contractor to implement a successful asphalt stabilized base (ASB) recycling project at a State Superfund Site.
LWR designed and constructed an asphalt emulsion plant as part of remedial solution.
LWR was recognized by State of Texas as a finalist for the 2001 Texas Environmental Excellence Award.
Current owner/operator team acquired LWR from Total Petrochemicals.
LWR implemented 1st environmental remediation/stabilization project in Central America for Chevron.
LWR established Lone Wolf Canada, and completed its 1st Waste Recycling / Sustainable Solutions project in Canada.
LWR successfully completed world's largest Electrical Resistive Heating project for RETIA USA.
LWR awarded National Groundwater Association's Outstanding Remediation Project of the Year.
LWR successfully completed landfill closure using beneficially reused capping material designed by LWR team.
LWR completed 2nd turnkey refinery decommission project in the US.
LWR established LWR Oil and Gas Services and entered the Oil and Gas Environmental Services Market.
LWR Oil and Gas designed, constructed and operated 5 Salt Water Disposal Systems in the Permian Basin.
LWR Oil and Gas owned and managed over 50 miles of pipelines and 8 frac ponds as part of its Water Resources Management Business Unit.
LWR sold its Oil and Gas Division to an International Oil Producer.
ARC Abatement acquired part of LWR and has become part of the ownership team.
LWR's first ash management / decommissioning site.
LWR initiates its first CCR Remediation / Powerplant Decommissioning project.
LWR provides First CCR Rule Risk Transfer Solutions for projects in Ohio and Texas.