Orenco Systems

About Orenco Systems

About Orenco Systems, Inc.
For more than 30 years, Orenco Systems®, Inc. has been in the business of researching/developing,
manufacturing, and selling leading-edge wastewater collection and treatment systems. Markets include residential, commercial, mobile, municipal, and utilities. Countless communities across North America and internationally are using Orenco’s sewer solutions, and Orenco is recognized worldwide as an industry leader. Orenco holds multiple patents, its products and technologies appear in numerous technical publications, and its owners and managers are asked to speak at conferences throughout the world.

Orenco is headquartered in Douglas County, Oregon, where it has nearly 300,000 sq ft of facilities under roof. Employees work at either the company’s 26-acre Sutherlin headquarters site -- including a state-of-the-art composites manufacturing facility, an electrical controls division, and a full lab – or a 45-acre site in Winchester for large-scale manufacturing. Because Orenco is dedicated to engineering-based solutions, more than 10 percent of the company’s approximately 350 employees are scientists or engineers . Orenco manufactures standard products, custom products, and OEM products and has numerous third-party listings, including IAPMO, NSF, UL, and CE. Products and systems are sold through a network of more than 150 distributors and have been installed in more than 60 countries.

Thousands of small communities throughout the United States and Internationally lack the sewer infrastructure to comply with today's environmental standards. Conventional collection and treatment technologies are often applied unsuccessfully to communities throughout the US and internationally. Orenco Systems' current and emerging technologies provide engineered solutions for a growing and fast-paced wastewater market.


Mechanical Engineering Intern

June 2018 - September 2018 Sutherlin, OR
“I enjoyed working with CNC routers the most. Drafting and 3D modeling was enjoyable, but it was repetitive.”
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