"Regardless of the award, I always feel that they show a sense of pride that all of our employees have for the company together, as well as the strength that we have."
Senior Financial Analyst
of household waste were collected this year during our annual waste collection event in Rolla, Missouri. Partnering with waste disposal companies and volunteer crews, Brewer Science collected more than 18.25 tons of appliances and electronics, along with 7.5 tons of tires in 2019 that would have otherwise been a part of a landfill.
of waste materials were prevented from winding up in a landfill during 2019. This is one initiative that helps Brewer Science achieve and maintain Zero Waste to Landfill certification by turning garbage into electricity through Brewer Science’s giant trash compactor.
were saved in 2019 utilizing Brewer Science’s Shred-it program. Through this program, 4 tons of paper have been recycled to maintain Zero Waste to Landfill certification.
of solvent waste was diverted from hazardous waste. The waste is recycled and prepared to be reused to clean tanker cars. Brewer Science recognizes its responsibility to ensure our processes are providing a safe, secure and environmentally responsible solution.
“STEM/STEAM is just one of the ways Brewer Science tries to make a positive impact in the community. It’s very rewarding to inspire and encourage the next generation to create something that makes the world a better place. It brings me joy to know Brewer Science has touched the lives of so many people in a direct way.“
Corporate Relations Manager
Supporting science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEM/STEAM) programs and raising STEM/STEAM awareness are of the utmost importance to us at Brewer Science. Not only do we open our doors to students and graduates each year with our activities and intern/co-op programs, but we also go out into the community to raise awareness and money for local schools. Brewer Science is passionate about inspiring the next generation to create something that makes the world a better place while still being environmentally responsible. Dr. Terry Brewer has always believe in a culture of a lifetime of learning.
“ It was great to meet up with our colleagues, customers, partners, and industry friends throughout the year to talk and learn about the newest trends and how we can all work together better to continue to grow.“
“We spend more time daily at work than we do with our families. When you get to learn about someone’s life outside of work, it builds a connection which allows you to take interest in their interests, show empathy, and provide them with support. When you work with people that care about you, you start to care about them, making even your hardest days a little easier.“
Recruitment & Staffing Manager