June 16, 2017

SCS Stormwater Newsletter, June 2017 Edition

California Industrial General Permit (NPDES) Annual Reports Due July 15, 2017 SCS respects your privacy and does not track or monitor sharing of our articles and web pages. You may share this newsletter via email or social media accounts using the left navigation bar. Use the download icon under the ...

June 16, 2017

Get Ahead of Environmental Contamination with a Superior Mix/Load Pad, Wisconsin Agribusiness News Quarterly, Jun. 2017

Follow these steps to get ahead of environmental contamination to achieve compliance, limit your environmental liability, and keep your operations running smoothly. Share the article using the icons at left, or download the article using the download icon just under the article.       About the Author: Jared Omernik supports industrial, commercial, utility, state, ...

June 12, 2017

Business, Environmental Interests Push For Renewable Natural Gas As Near-term Solution For Cleaner Air, LBBJ, Jun. 2017

As the Port of Long Beach considers options to put before the joint board of harbor commissioners to minimize pollution, the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas makes a suggestion that would create more than 100,000 high-paying jobs in the state and generate an estimated $14 billion in economic impact ...

Technical Bulletins

February 6, 2017

SCS Technical Bulletin: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act Unraveled

For more information about the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) contact your local SCS Engineers office or one of our SCS professionals: Cheryl Moran [email protected] Ann O’Brien [email protected] Lee Pyle (Ammonia and Refrigeration Systems) [email protected] Share this information using your email or social media using the icons at ...

December 15, 2016

SCS Technical Bulletin: 2016 Updates to EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program

For more information contact: Ray Huff, Vice President, National GHG Lead and Pat Sullivan, Senior Vice President. Or your local SCS Engineers office. Share this information using your email or social media using the icons at left. Download or print the bulletin by clicking the download button just under the document.

September 12, 2016

SCS Technical Bulletin: Industrial Storm Water Permit Coverage for Wisconsin Landfills

SCS periodically prepares technical bulletins to highlight items of interest to our clients and friends. These are published on our website. This SCS Technical Bulletin addresses Industrial Storm Water Permit requirements for landfills in Wisconsin and the two upcoming important file dates: September 19, 2016, submit a Notice of ...

White Papers

June 23, 2017

Brownfields – Creosote Piling Guidance Elizabeth Riverfront / Harbor Park Area Brownfields Redevelopment Project Norfolk, VA

There is no regulatory requirement in Virginia to remove existing pilings. In conjunction with waterfront brownfields redevelopment projects, the authors discuss four primary considerations which should be made before beginning a piling removal project. Brownfields projects on shorelines are assessed on a case-by-case basis due to the variability of ...

June 19, 2017

State of Organics, NWRA, Oct. 2016

This white paper compiled by Chaz Miller and Anne Germain examines the prospects for increased recovery of the organics fraction of the waste stream. It looks at the components and amount of organic wastes, the existing recovery infrastructure, both in terms of operating facilities and the legislative and regulatory framework ...

May 17, 2017

Mitigating Hydrogen Sulfide Issues at Coal Combustion Residuals and Municipal Solid Waste Co-disposal Sites, May 2017

Learn about the biological, chemical and physical conditions necessary for FGD decomposition and hydrogen sulfide generation. Marshall explores technologies that remove and treat hydrogen sulfide from landfill gas and present recommendations for reducing the potential for FGD decomposition at co-disposal facilities. By Jeff Marshall  

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