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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 ...

June 8, 2017

Understanding Cost Analysis, Florida APWA Reporter, Jun. 2017

Municipalities considering implementing a recycling program need not fear “wading into the waters.” A wide variety of tools, from simple formulas to extended Pro-forma models are at your disposal to help you make an informed and financially conservative decision. If your program can first form a solid assessment of ...

June 8, 2017

Funding a Solid Waste Fleet Replacement Program, WasteAdvantage, Jul. 2017

A step by step description of designing a plan to establish a reasonable vehicle and equipment replacement cycle over the next decade and enable the City’s Sanitation and Fleet Management Director to reduce maintenance expenses. Authors: Marc J. Rogoff, SCS Engineers, and Jerry Moore, the City of Pensacola Sanitation and ...

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