SCS Press Releases

February 7, 2017

SCS Engineers Wins 2016 EBJ Business Achievement Award

COMM22 mixed-use, mixed-income redevelopment project to be recognized at Environmental Industry Summit XV SAN DIEGO, CA –When the Environmental Business Journal presents its 19th annual Business Achievement awards in March, SCS Engineers will receive an award of Project Merit: Redevelopment, for its investigation and design program for COMM22, a ...

December 13, 2016

SCS Engineers Awarded Environmental Consulting Services Contract by the County of San Mateo

SCS Engineers advises the County on the potential redevelopment of Midway Village DALY CITY, CA — SCS Engineers were selected by the County of San Mateo to provide environmental consulting services to the County’s Housing Authority pertaining to the possible redevelopment of Midway Village. Midway Village is an aging ...

December 6, 2016

David Vonasek to Manage SCS Engineers’ Salt Lake City Office

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – David Vonasek, a licensed Professional Engineer with more than 32 years of experience, in now managing SCS Engineers’ Salt Lake City office. Vonasek’s knowledge and experience in Landfill Gas (LFG) engineering services will ensure a high level of service. Vonasek is highly respected in ...

SCS Blog

February 27, 2017

Five Tips to Simplify Your Next SPCC Plan Review

Another commonly overlooked area is facility drainage; specifically the overland flow in the proximity of each oil source, which is key to determining the potential receptors where spilled product can travel.

February 22, 2017

SCS Engineers at SWANApalooza 2017

SWANA has a great lineup this year, three conferences in one big package, plus training and certification! SCS looks forward to seeing you at SWANApalooza. Many SCS professionals will be in Reno for the big event. Check out the SCS speakers scheduled here, or stop by the booth to see ...

SCS Events

February 27 @ 12:30 pm - February 28 @ 4:30 pm

25th Annual Midwest Section A&WMA Environmental Technical Conference

Join SCS Engineers as A&WMA provides another year of programs and activities designed and conducted by environmental professionals for environmental professionals. The conference gives you access to a network of individuals, such as SCS professionals and from industry, government, and the consulting, research, academic, and legal communities engaging in ...

March 1 - March 3

Wisconsin Integrated Resource Management Conference

Meet SCS Engineers professionals at Wisconsin's premier Solid Waste & Recycling Conference, March 1 -3, in Elkhart Lake, WI. Learn from industry-changing thinkers and innovators in the Solid Waste & Recycling community.

March 7 @ 8:00 am - March 9 @ 4:15 pm

University of Wisconsin – Solid Waste Landfill Design Series

    Environmental Management Courses at the University of Wisconsin for Professional Environmental Management – Session #RA00423-S227 Solid Waste Landfill Design Series Developing or expanding a successful solid waste landfill requires extensive planning, a clear understanding of landfill engineering practices, and careful technical design and delivery. This course will guide you ...

March 8

Construction & Demolition Recycling Association 2017 C&D World Exhibition and Conference

SCS professional Tracie Bills will attend the C&D World 2017 and the Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) Annual Meeting, which will be co-located this year with the biggest construction show in the Western Hemisphere. CONEXPO-CON/AGG & IFPE shows attract more than 125,000 attendees and thousands of exhibitors that ...

March 8 @ 11:00 am - March 10 @ 4:00 pm

Housing California Annual Conference

Meet SCS professionals Jim Ritchie and Paul Wisniewski at Housing California’s Annual Conference, March 8-10, 2017 at the Sacramento Convention Center.  This  year’s theme is “Block by Block: Improving Neighborhood Health.” Housing California is The Voice in the state Capitol for children, seniors, families, people experiencing homelessness, and everyone who ...

SCS Videos

The Illinois Basin has an extensive history of surface coal mining dating back to the early 1800’s. The Illinois Basin has experienced a resurgence of underground long wall operations with the migration of Appalachia-based coal mining operations over the last decade. This type of mining is conducted under hydraulic roof supports that advance as the coal seam is cut. As the supports advance, the roof collapses behind the cutting head, causing fractures to propagate through water-bearing sandstone formations and resulting in large volumes of fluid infiltrating into the underground workings. Up to 2 million gallons per day have been produced in the southern Illinois mines. The native groundwater contains naturally-occurring elevated chlorides that exceed surface water effluent limitations and are not permitted to discharge to Illinois surface waters. However, the fluid is permitted to be disposed of in Class I non-hazardous wells.

 

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