February 27, 2019

Deep Decarbonization in the U.S., a New Resource for Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

An aggressive carbon abatement goal often referred to as deep decarbonization, requires systemic changes to the energy economy. The scale and complexity of these projects are enormous, but achievable in our children’s lifetime. Legal Pathways recently published a legal toolkit Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States ...

February 26, 2019

Despite Recycling Costs Municipalities Are Balancing the Books– March 14 – APWA Webinar

Learn how four municipalities are finding ways to lower their operational costs to balance the rising cost of recycling. Three distinguished recycling experts describe how cities from Kirkland, Washington to Oklahoma City to Virginia Beach and Chesapeake have taken action to lower their operational costs, offsetting the cost of ...

February 25, 2019

Quaternary Geology of Calumet and Manitowoc Counties, Wisconsin Report for Land-Use Decisions and Groundwater Studies

One reason for mapping glacial deposits is to allow engineers, planners, and others a way of predicting properties before actually taking samples at a site.

February 20, 2019

EPA Announces PFAS Action Plan to Protect Public Health

  As a national environmental consulting and contracting firm specializing in managing hazardous substances, SCS Engineers is helping our clients now. Start by reading The Environmental Dangers of PFAS and Technologies for Removing Them, published in WasteAdvantage magazine for use in the solid waste industry and other industrial applications in ...

February 20, 2019

SCS Engineers may not allow you to foresee every problem, but…

… we will certainly work toward making a smoother, more resilient project experience for you. Here’s one reason why: To anyone experienced with siting new utility infrastructure that environmental planning and permitting is often a complex undertaking. Shane Latimer’s article provides guidance to help smooth the process and keep ...

February 18, 2019

A New ERA in Industrial Stormwater Regulation

Read Considerations, Strategies and Lessons learned for NPDES Regulated Industrial Dischargers within the Exceedance Response Action Models of Stormwater Regulation Stormwater Regulation is evolving, pushing more responsibility on to the dischargers by holding them accountable through categorization based on a discharger’s ability to meet numeric benchmarks. Additionally, how a discharger responds and applies ...

February 13, 2019

SCS Advice from the Field: Maximizing Leachate Pumping System Performance after Expanding Landfill Footprint

  Evaluating the performance of any existing pumps along with new pumps when a lateral expansion is designed ensures optimal performance with minimal wear on the pumps.   Regulatory and siting restrictions are such that many solid waste operators prefer to expand their existing landfill footprint as much as ...

February 11, 2019

SCS Engineers Adds More RETA NH3 Training Nationwide

  RETA NH3 REFRIGERATION TRAINING   Training Schedules and Class Descriptions SCS Engineers specialized business unit SCS Tracer has expanded the Operator I & II and CARO Review Training in more locations. These intensive training programs run throughout the year and are available nationwide. SCS Tracer also offers an ...

February 7, 2019

Carlo Lebron Promoted to SCS Engineers Southeast Business Unit Director

Lebron is an expert in Title V permitting and other regulatory requirements associated with landfill gas collection systems. These systems can convert landfill gases into renewable energy. Regulations include New Source Performance Standards and State Implementation Plans (NSPS), National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), and the National ...

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