Envirolink has specialized in the management of water, wastewater, and public works services for clients across North Carolina. We are the private partner of choice. The foundation of Envirolink was built on its core values: Integrity, Innovation, People, Excellence, Community, and Productivity.

It is our philosophy that by partnering with our clients and managing their assets as as if we owned them, we can enhance the sustainability of our communities. We are never satisfied and strive to find unique and innovative solutions for our partners.

“We strive to understand your unique challenges and work with you to find the best approach to managing your utilities.”

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Our mission has been and always will be superior service

Let us focus on the utility management challenges facing your community and we will lead you to the pathway to sustainability.
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Envirolink’s leadership has spent decades managing utilities for private companies, municipalities, state government, and the military.

Mike Myers has served numerous roles within the utility management, design, construction, and operations arena for nearly 20 years. Prior to Envirolink, Mr. Myers served in Engineering and Management roles with two publicly traded water utility companies. Mr. Myers played a principal role in the startup of utility operations, maintenance, and management for one of the largest Public-Private Partnerships awarded by the Department of Defense. He possesses in-depth knowledge of master planning, design, startup, and operation and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment facilities. Mr. Myers is an expert in the areas of water and wastewater process optimization and asset management. He received his BS and MS degrees in Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering from Ohio State University and is active in numerous professional and technical societies.
Heather Adams has served in the Water and Wastewater Industry for the past 18 years in various capacities within water treatment, technical assistance, management, project management, and environmental compliance. Ms. Adams started her career as a surface water treatment plant operator and quickly assumed the superintendent responsibilities for a 12.0 MGD surface water plant located in the Sandhills of North Carolina. Ms. Adams then joined the North Carolina Rural Water Association and provided technical assistance to municipalities throughout North Carolina. Prior to joining Envirolink, Ms. Adams was employed with a publicly traded water utility company and played an instrumental role in the startup for one of the largest utility privatization contracts awarded by the Department of Defense. Ms. Adams is an active member of many National and North Carolina professional organizations. She currently serves as a committee member of the Board of Examiners for Water Treatment Operators and has served the North Carolina Waterworks Operator’s Association in several capacities. Ms. Adams received her BS Degree in Chemistry from Campbell University and received a Certificate in Project Management form NC State University. Heather holds the following North Carolina Water and Wastewater Certifications: A-Surface, A-Distribution, Cross-Connection, Biological Wastewater Grade II, Collections Grade III, and Physical/Chemical I.
Charles served with the US Army for a twenty-year period. During his tenure with the Army Corps of Engineers Charleston District, his primary focus was on regulatory issues (wetlands and navigation on waters of the United States) and on maintenance of navigable channels in South Carolina waterways. Additionally, Charles served as a research fellow with RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, CA and focused on Army-wide training and effectiveness of various training delivery systems.

Charles’ experience with water and wastewater systems began with his entry into the consulting engineering profession. Throughout his career, Charles has designed wastewater treatment facilities that used both suspended and attached growth processes and employed discharge and non-discharge disposal methods. Designs included tertiary treatment and biological nutrient removal systems. He participated in the design, construction and operation of an innovative hog farm wastewater treatment system which was one of the first systems to be placed into operation in North Carolina. It was extremely successful in treating the manure and returning the treated water to barns for flushing. Activities included preparation of environmental assessments, design, permitting, and construction contract administration for various projects and coordination with numerous industrial and municipal utility owners.

Charles is an expert with Water and Wastewater Utility Management, Utility Engineering, Regulation and Operational Optimization. Charles has a MS in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Charles has professional association with the following affiliations/organizations: American Water Works Association, Water Environment Federation, Society of American Military Engineers and Professional Engineers of North Carolina.

Project Managers

  • JP McCann
  • James Pittman
  • Jay Van Hoose
  • David Strum