Giving Back

Energy Recovery is committed to giving back to the communities where we do business. We do that by investing our time, talents, and treasures with organizations that are committed to developing children and young adults. We believe we can improve the lives of young people by giving them an opportunity to learn and grow through programs that educate, mentor and foster wellness.

  • Napa Valley Wildfire Disaster Relief

    Energy Recovery is honored to be able to work with the United Way in their effort to aid those devastated by the wild fires that ravaged the Napa Valley area in October of 2017. We are committed to giving back to the communities where we do business and hope to lead by example in rehabilitation and relief when these communities are in need.

    “We are excited to work with Energy Recovery in our relief efforts for victims of the Napa Valley wild fires. We are proud to see participation from local companies like Energy Recovery which brings us closer to meeting disaster related needs.” – Anne Wilson, CEO United Way Bay Area

    For more information, please visit United Way here:
  • Expertise

    We share our engineering and leadership expertise in many forms. We have run a successful STEM program at Marin County High School to foster interest in careers in the sciences, as well as a mentoring program at Castlemont High School in Oakland. We run internship programs at Energy Recovery that allow promising young people to develop professional experience at the company, and have a presence at regional job fairs. We also partner with organizations to offer our expertise on board positions, such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Leandro.
  • Staff Time

    Energy Recovery offers staff the opportunity to devote some of their time for volunteer work. In addition, we encourage groups within the company to develop initiatives around diversity and inclusion, such as the current Women’s Leadership Group.
  • Sponsorships

    Energy Recovery has made donations to organizations that help give opportunities to young people, such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Leandro.