SCS Engineers landfill gas energy

Landfill Gas and LFGE

National Experts: Steve HamiltonBob Viers, and Bruce Jernigan, Pete Carrico (liquids management)

 

SCS Engineers is a national leader in planning, permitting, investigating, designing, constructing, and operating landfill gas (LFG) control and recovery systems. Our integrated services are enhanced by our experience in the fields of solid waste, landfill design-build, environmental compliance, and long-term operations and maintenance. We’ve earned an international reputation for our design-build LFG solutions, completing thousands of LFG projects throughout North America and internationally. For turnkey LFGE | Biogas solutions click here.

New regulatory policies require landfill owners/operators to reduce reactive organic gas emissions in order to improve regional air quality, mitigate toxic soil or structure migration, and protect public health, safety, and property. Our LFG projects include utilization feasibility studies, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), and other LFG emission and migration monitoring and control system designs, LFG recovery system design and construction, LFG modeling, Title V permitting, LFG-to-Energy (LFGE), construction, system operation, maintenance, and monitoring (OM&M), and technical support to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) on LFG issues.

The majority of our clients hire SCS to design and build their project because we expedite the permitting and construction schedules, while reducing the overall cost. Click here to read more about the types of systems and to learn more about our projects.

SCS Engineers’ specialized services for landfill gas include:

  • Collection & Control
  • Design-Build
  • Odor & Air Emissions
  • Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance (OM&M)

A LFG recovery projection is the basis of the economic analysis of a project, and the energy, energy credits, and carbon credits that impact LFG as an asset.  SCS has completed hundreds of landfill models to support LFGE projects and for regulatory purposes.  The landfills range in size from less than 0.1 million tons to over 100 million tons. SCS has prepared landfill gas generation and recovery projections for landfills in the United States, Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Columbia, Peru, and Chile.  Projections are prepared in order to:

  • Support an energy recovery project
  • Satisfy regulatory requirements
  • Satisfy another goal held by the client

Landfill Gas Collection and Control

Landfill Gas Collection and Control Gas Collection and Control Systems (GCCS) are a common and major component of most sanitary landfills. They are designed to help control odors, minimize non-methanogenic organic compound releases to the atmosphere, and increase safety by controlling migration. SCS Engineers has a long, successful track ...

Landfill Gas Construction

Landfill Gas Construction SCS Engineers’ Field Services Construction Division provides contracting services to build landfill gas management systems nationwide. Our staff encompasses a broad range of experience, and we are licensed in all 50 states. SCS has been providing turn-key landfill gas well installation services for more than 30 ...

Landfill Gas Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance

Landfill Gas Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance National Expert: Galen Petoyan   The SCS Field Services division of SCS Engineers provides Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance (OM&M) as turnkey services for a wide variety of municipal solid waste landfill and landfill gas (LFG) projects. In response to the demands of an expanding environmental market, ...

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Corporate Headquarters

3900 Kilroy Airport Way Ste 100
Long Beach, CA 90806-6816
1 (562) 426-9544 | West Coast

Telephone

1 (800) 767-4727 | East Coast
1 (562) 427-0805 | FAX
[email protected]

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