Randy Hudson Discusses Pump Basics and Maintenance Issues at ENCTA March Meeting in Washington!

ACSC Production Manager, Randy Hudson, spoke at the Eastern North Carolina Turfgrass Association (ENCTA) March Meeting held at the Washington Yacht & Country Club in Washington, NC on March 16, 2017. ENCTA is an association made up of individuals in the golf and landscape industry. It’s mission is “to educate the Golf Course Superintendent on golf course maintenance and to improve the level of knowledge and image towards the profession.”

Randy’s presentation included pump basics (submersible pumps, vertical turbine pumps, well pumps, centrifugal pumps, split-case pumps, VFDs and more), pump station applications, irrigation pump station problems vs. solutions and concluded with a preventative maintenance guideline.

We would like to thank ENCTA for hosting this event and having us speak! We are a proud ENCTA Gold Sponsor the past three years!

ACSC & Singer Valve Exhibit at SCEC 2017!

A.C. Schultes of Carolina‘s Director of Marketing and Business Development, Jenn Moore, and Singer Valve‘s Account Sales Manager, Todd Philbeck, represented both firms together at the South Carolina Environmental Conference March 12 – 14, 2017 at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. ACSC is an exclusive dealer for Singer Valve in the Carolinas. Singer Valve designs and manufactures automatic control valves for the global water industry. Congratulations to our customers, Georgetown County Water & Sewer District, for winning ‘Best Tasting Water’ three years in a row! We are proud to work with such a quality water utility!

The SC Section of the American Water Works Association (SCAWWA) and the Water Environment Association of SC (WEASC) collaborate to host the South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) every March. Approximately 1,800 water and wastewater professionals attended the 2017 conference and training, making the SCEC one of the largest and most highly attended water conferences on the east coast. Attendees include operators, water utility managers, engineers, contractors, suppliers and more! All are encouraged to learn about new, innovative approaches to address water issues, water protection, conservation, etc.

Collin McClearn – Road to Recovery.

A remarkable ACSC employee, Collin McClearn, was tragically injured by another driver while on the job Monday morning 02/20/2017. Collin was a young, promising employee from Hampstead, NC who just got his CDL and was working his way up in ACSC. He has a six month old daughter & fiancé. A GoFundMe page has been set up by Collin’s fiance, Briana Moyer. Please donate if you can.

Peace and healing to Collin and his family at this time. We love you Collin!


ACSC Celebrates the Holiday Season in Wrightsville Beach!

Saturday December 3rd, 2016

ACSC Holiday Party

Holiday Inn Resort

Wrightsville Beach, NC

A.C. Schultes of Carolina hosted our company Christmas party at the Holiday Inn Resort in Wrightsville Beach this past weekend! It was great to see many of our employees and their families in one place! The buffet included a Shrimp & Grits bar, and we had a magician for a night of great entertainment! We wish all of our customers, partners, friends and employees a wonderful holiday season!!!

ACSC Speaks at Two NCRWA CEU Trainings in Tar Heel!

November 16th & November 18th, 2016

NCRWA CEU Trainings

Bladen Bluffs Water Treatment Plant

Tar Heel, NC

Randy Hudson, Production Manager for A.C. Schultes of Carolina spoke about Well Rehabilitation Methods and Pump Efficiency at two recent NCRWA CEU Training Days at the Bladen Bluffs Water Treatment Plant in Tar Heel, NC. The BBWTP is owned by Lower Cape Fear Water & Sewer Authority (LCFWASA) and operated by Smithfield Foods in Tar Heel. LCFWASA sells water to Bladen County, Columbus County, Brunswick County, New Hanover and Pender County. Attendees included operators from Town of Locust, Old North Utility Services, Moore County, Smithfield Packing, Town of Spring Lake, Town of Pine Level, Bladen County, Robeson County, Aqua, retirees from the region and more! We would like to thank NCRWA for the continued partnership this year and beyond!