Layne Christensen Co.
Layne Christensen Company offers an impressive family of products and services designed to address the unique needs of municipalities, industries and commercial water suppliers and users. Layne’s decades of water technology experience have allowed us to develop and introduce leading edge water treatment products that effectively meet water quality targets and help control treatment costs. Combined with our in-house experience, Layne can offer water producers and users a full range of water management services to keep your system operating efficiently – through support services for your system or turnkey services that we design, install and monitor. Best of all, our water management services are customized for your specific market, application and scale.


W229 N5005 Duplainville Rd
Pewaukee, WI 53072
United States
Phone: 262.246.4646

Removing Radium, Iron & Manganese in Rockford

Located on the banks of the Rock River, 90 miles west of Chicago, Rockford Ill., is home to more than 168,000. Since the 1930s, the company now known as Layne... more

Reverse Osmosis System Plays Role in Green Initiative

In Wisconsin, a large food processor packages green beans, carrots and potatoes. As part of both a green initiative to improve its processing methods and an energy... more

Vermont Town Registers Cost Savings with MBR Technology

A small Vermont town is experiencing significant cost savings and improved efficiency after replacing original wastewater treatment membranes with high-performing Layne... more

Contaminant Removal Meets Community’s Water Conservation Goals

A small community where civic and business leaders embrace a "paying it forward" ethic, Scott City, Kan., places heavy emphasis on water conservation and protection of... more

Horizontal Collector Wells Provide Additional Water for Acapulco

In the late 1960s, Ranney Western Division, a predecessor to Layne’s Ranney Collector Wells group, went south of the border to install a new type of water collection... more

Webinar on Layne Christensen -- The Impact of Hydrophilic PTFE Fibers on MBR Performance

Archived, ON DEMAND Facilitator: Jason C. Boyd, national marketing manager – wastewater, Layne Christensen Co., Water Systems Technology Group more

Layne Christensen Adds Independent Director to Board

Layne Christensen Co. announced that on Aug. 23, 2013 the board of directors elected John T. Nesser III as an independent director, effective Sept. 5, 2013. Nesser will... more

Layne Christensen Names Chief Accounting Officer

Layne Christensen Co. announced that Martha R. Vance, CPA, has been named vice president, chief accounting officer, effective July 8, 2013. Vance will report to James R... more

Layne Christensen Launches Water Transfer Business

Layne Christensen Co. announced the launch of the water transfer business within the Layne Energy Services Division. Layne is currently providing these services for its... more

Layne Christensen Names New Chief Financial Officer

Layne Christensen Co. named James R. Easter the chief financial officer, effective May 6, 2013. more

Layne Christensen to Consolidate Headquarters, Leadership to Houston

Layne Christensen Co. announced that its board of directors has approved the relocation of the company's global corporate headquarters from Mission Woods, Kan., to The... more

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Membranes, Microfiltration; Membranes, Reverse Osmosis; Membranes, Ultrafiltration; Membrane Technology

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