May 31, 2017

Solving Environmental Challenges When Developing Property

San Diego County is in the midst of an affordable housing shortage — and more units could be lost as government-aided housing agreements expire over time. And the state of California isn’t fairing much better based on a report released by the California Housing Partnership Corporation. BRIDGE Housing, a firm formed ...

May 26, 2017

Adopt-A-Highway Team in Madison, WI

Staff from the SCS Engineers Madison, WI office support the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway anti-litter program. SCS-Madison adopted a 2-mile section of the Beltline Highway: one of the city’s busiest roads, collecting litter several times during the year to help keep Wisconsin roadsides beautiful.

May 25, 2017

Assessing the Financial Performance of Operating and Proposed Solid Waste Programs

The results of the Pro Forma Model can be used for a number of purposes, including alternative comparisons, cash flow analysis, earnings estimates, capital planning, rate setting, and asset valuation. In the case of alternatives comparisons, the net present value of the estimated cash flows over a uniform time ...

May 19, 2017

Vista, CA Workshop and Walking Tour on Economic Development

Join an esteemed panel of redevelopment and land reuse experts for a practical and interactive workshop that will provide project managers, real-estate developers and investors, the public sector, and allied professionals with the tools, techniques, and funding resources required to bring projects in on time and on-budget. The Center ...

May 18, 2017

WOCA 2017 Presentations from SCS Engineers

WOCA 2017 Abstracts from SCS Engineers A variety of CCB/CCP related topics guaranteed to enhance your knowledge. Click the title to read or share these papers. Jeff Marshall – Mitigating Hydrogen Sulfide Issues at Coal Combustion Residuals and Municipal Solid Waste Co-disposal Sites – Learn about the biological, chemical and physical ...

May 17, 2017

Getting an Air Monitoring Plan Off the Ground – Cost Effectively

A major objective of compliance monitoring is the evaluation of progress made in attaining the desired air quality; for this purpose, sampling stations, or a drone flight path should be strategically situated to facilitate evaluation of the implemented control strategies

May 15, 2017

To Our Clients from the Staff at SCS Engineers

Thanks to you, our clients, SCS Engineers has received many awards and industry recognitions for research achievements and technology innovations. Engineering News-Record (ENR) recently released the Top 500 Design List, ranking SCS Engineers in the top 100 for the 9th year in a row. In the same publication, SCS ...

May 9, 2017

Pennsylvania DEP Recycling and Organics Management Support Program

Additionally, local governments can apply for technical assistance, up to $7,500 per applicant, to help expand and improve their recycling and organics management systems. SCS will work with applicants to assess their needs and refine the scope of their project. Once DEP approves a technical assistance project, SCS will ...

May 8, 2017

New Hanover County, NC Obtaining Progressive Results from New Leachate Treatment Plant

The raw leachate is pre-treated in an existing aerobic lagoon followed by a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) to reduce organic constituents. The pretreated effluent then flows into the membrane system. Using state-of-the-art membrane filtration technology, including ultrafiltration (UF) pictured at lower left, and a reverse osmosis (RO) system, pictured ...

May 6, 2017

Meet Senior Project Professional Roger Hogg

SCS Engineers presents a behind-the-scenes look at the special people who make us thrive and the roles they play within the organization. Roger Hogg has been with SCS Engineers since 2010 as an engineer working on Solid Waste projects. However, his career in the Solid Waste industry actually began when ...