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December 27, 2017

The Impact of Smart Technologies on the Waste Market

SCS provides insight into technologies useful today and tomorrow for waste collection, material recovery facilities, environmental monitoring, and landfill operations. Not only do these technologies support facilities with their day-to-day operations, they have a positive impact on the market and on safety. Read and share the article by clicking ...

December 26, 2017

The Magnificent Seven Ride Into Town — GWMS 2018!

Waste360 and the Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) plan to deliver a conference program that is more technical, more innovative and more essential to you than ever before. Get ready, look who’s also back! See the SCS Engineers roundup of presentations at the Global Waste Management Symposium by ...

December 22, 2017

Meet Project Professional Ryan Duckett

SCS Engineers presents a behind-the-scenes look at the special people who make us thrive and the roles they play within the organization. As Ryan Duckett was growing up in the mountains of western North Carolina, he knew he wanted a career in a field that was related to nature.  ...

December 20, 2017

Keeping the Lines of Communication Open Between Industry and the Federal EPA

By keeping open lines of communication between industry stakeholders and the U.S. EPA at a federal level, both parties have been able to improve the quality of GHG emissions data reported under the GHGRP while reducing the monitoring burden. Read this SCS Engineer’s abstract that discusses the cooperation between ...

December 19, 2017

SWANA Submits Comments to MEP and WTO on Waste Restrictions – Reprint of the Letter

On December 15, 2017, David Biderman, Executive Director and CEO of The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) released comments in response to the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) of the People’s Republic of China’s November 15, 2017, Notifications to the World Trade Organization (WTO) concerning restrictions on ...

December 18, 2017

What is an Energy Balance and Why Should I Care?

Using a simple example the authors make apparent the importance of understanding a refrigeration system’s actual performance. An energy balance is a very useful tool to do so. Not only do PSM regulations require that facilities have this in your PSM program, there is real value in understanding a ...

December 7, 2017

SWANA Winterfest 2017 – Supporting the Deborah Lambert Memorial Scholarship Fund

SCS Engineers is a proud supporter of the SWANA Evergreen Chapter. the Chapter offers an annual scholarship to qualified undergraduate and graduate students in honor of Deborah Lambert. Ms Lambert was the SWANA Evergreen Chapter President 2002-2005, and we honor her for the many years she dedicated to the ...

December 5, 2017

Advice from the Field: Landfill Leachate Collection Pipe, SDR 11 vs. SDR 17 HDPE

High-density polyethylene pipes have been used for landfill leachate collection and conveyance lines for several decades because of the chemical compatibility of HDPE material with many different types of liquids and chemicals. Designing a leachate collection system for a landfill disposal cell involves numerous engineering analyses of different components ...

December 4, 2017

Smart and Simple Solutions Using SCS Technology

Drones might be the best solution for topography surveying and other supporting activities in landfills operations and design. With quick turn around this technology is cost effective for generating topography maps and volume determination. Drone versatility, accuracy, and easily use are key factors to make an efficient investment decision as the operators ...

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