The Evolution of the Transfer Station, MSW Magazine, May 2017 Edition

Public perception and changing government regulations have led to more complex transfer stations. When evaluating the need for a transfer station, there are many things to consider.

Having an understanding of the recent history of solid waste management may be the key to the beginning of the planning process. The development of design criteria that meets the regulatory requirements and the future needs of the community will aid in determining how best to repair or modify an existing transfer station, or site and design a new one. In all instances, the key to a successful project is the development

In all instances, the key to a successful project is the development of site criteria and the implementation of them.

About the Author: Mike Kalish

 

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