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January 31, 2017

SCS Advice From the Field – Coal Combustion Residuals (CCR)

To help you successfully address ever-changing CCR regulations and stay focused on serving your customers, SCS Engineers uses our Advice From the Field blog and Technical Bulletins.

January 30, 2017

Commercial real estate transactions take environmental issues into consideration…so, do your homework.

SCS Engineers nationwide presence and expertise make us the consultant of choice for companies requiring environmental due diligence on portfolios of properties with multiple locations throughout the country that require a quick turnaround.

January 26, 2017

EPA Transition Team Announced

EPA’s mission is to protect human health and the environment. Listed here are the names and short bios of those currently serving on the transition team and new members announced by Catherine McCabe on Monday, January 23. Catherine R. McCabe is EPA’s Acting Administrator. Previously, she served as the ...

January 25, 2017

Registration for SWANAPalooza is Open – Early Bird Registration Ends on January 31

Click to see what SCS presenters are up to at SWANAPalooza CH4-CH4-CH4-CH4-Changes: How Will Landfill Gas and Biogas be Affected? Industry leaders engage you in discussions on changing regulations, a new federal administration, organics diversion and an uncertain energy market. Landfills of the Future: What Changes are Coming? What does the evolving role of ...

January 24, 2017

SCS Compliance Alert: Industrial Storm Water Reporting Due February 15

February 15 is an annual Wisconsin storm water reporting deadline. Are you ready to comply? Who Needs to Comply? If your Wisconsin site is covered by a Tier 1 or Tier 2 Industrial Storm Water General Permit (WPDES Permit Nos. WI-S067849-4 and WI-S067857-4, respectively), you must perform an annual review by February 15 ...

January 23, 2017

Collapsing Range of an Endemic Great Plains Minnow, Peppered Chub Macrhybopsis tetranema

The Peppered Chub Macrhybopsis tetranema was once found throughout the Arkansas River basin in portions of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. Range-wide declines in both abundance and distribution have occurred over the past three decades coinciding with habitat loss and fragmentation.

January 20, 2017

Badgers! SCS Engineers will be on-campus talking with Geological Engineers February 7th

SCS Engineers is excited to be coming back to the University of Wisconsin, Madison campus on February 7, 2017. Our former UW graduates will share their experiences in the field and answer your questions at a presentation for the Geological Engineering Student Chapter. We will discuss the diverse cross-section of projects ...

January 16, 2017

SCS Advice From the Field: Vapor Intrusion Assessment and Mitigation

Did you know that vapor intrusion is an environmental issue impacting property development? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and related state agencies continue to develop and refine vapor intrusion procedures. How and when you address vapor intrusion can have a significant impact on your bottom line. These tips ...

January 12, 2017

Society of American Military Engineers Presents Sustaining Member Award to SCS Engineers

SAME Sustaining Member Award presented by Col. Kirk Gibbs, Commander, US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District.

January 11, 2017

Get Ahead of the 2017 Pennsylvania Environmental Compliance Reporting Requirements

Is your manufacturing or industrial business ready for the 2017 environmental reporting season? Don’t let the deadlines sneak up on you. SCS Engineers provides a free guide to the most common environmental reports due at the federal and state levels. Each guide we provide includes an overview of the reporting ...

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