June 21, 2021

A Look at CARB’s AB32 GHG Programs, from Early Action to Today – A Roadmap to Lowering Emissions

  California’s AB 32 legislation has proven to be one of the most successful legislation in the U.S. regarding statewide efforts to reduce GHG emissions. This has been started with the implementation of the early action measures stated in the Scoping Plan, which included early regulations to reduce GHG ...

June 18, 2021

Thrive in a friendly, collaborative, and client-focused environmental firm – openings nationwide

If you thrive in a friendly, collaborative, and client-focused company, SCS Engineers is the place for you. We’re looking for field technicians to work collaboratively on our Field Services teams nationwide. Specific information is posted for each open position. Use our job search to find your desired location. Under ...

June 16, 2021

What do environmental engineers do?

  After answering, we often hear this… That’s cool; I didn’t know that!   Here at SCS, we work for developers, industry, and manufacturers to help them run cleaner, safer, and more efficiently. This PBS video provides insight into how SCS brings value to the waste industry, our clients, ...

June 14, 2021

A Brownfield Redevelopment Journey in Madison, Wisconsin

  The main thoroughfare in Madison, Wisconsin, leading to the state capitol, is going through a major renaissance. Once an idle brownfield, and before that an active industrial-commercial area, the entire block has now been converted to residential, commercial, and office spaces, as well as a youth art center. ...

June 11, 2021

SCS Engineers is hiring! Find your rewarding career path here.

If you thrive in a friendly, collaborative, and client-focused company, SCS Engineers is the place for you. We’re looking for field technicians to work collaboratively on our Field Services teams nationwide. Specific information is posted for each open position. Use our job search to find your desired location. Under ...

June 10, 2021

Brownfields EPA grants – the bridge to funding blighted areas in the U.S.

  A Nebraska city earned an $800,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. The City of Lincoln plans to use the grant to assess and clean up brownfield sites, including up to 10 acres of land city officials hope to use for self-sustaining urban agriculture projects. Officials plan to ...

June 8, 2021

Landfill Operators Sleep Better at Night Counting Sheep

  Among the extensive list of landfill operating costs are those incurred for landscaping to keep the slopes trimmed. While regularly mowing large spaces is expensive, keeping sites well-groomed is essential for protecting landfill covers and providing other safeguards. Putting sheep and other grazing livestock to work eliminating invasive ...

June 3, 2021

Melissa Russo Thirsts for Knowledge and Enjoys Competition

  When Melissa Russo’s boss Phil Carrillo told her he thought she should get her drone pilot license, she thought he was kidding. At the time, she worked on SCS’s Remote Control (RMC) team; selling drone services was a part of her job, but she had not thought of ...

June 2, 2021

You’ll be amazed by what GIS can do for your remediation project, landfill, or facility siting

Join SCS on June 10 for another client webinar. Using case studies, we show you how our clients tackle common challenges using proven GIS technology to reduce expenses and run more productively.   Property Development: Time is money on development projects. Environmental engineers use GIS to more accurately pinpoint potential ...

June 1, 2021

Two EPA Announcements – CWA Section 401 Certification Rule and the Risk Management Plan (RMP) Rule

  May 27, 2021, from two separate U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announcements: EPA intends to reconsider and revise the 2020 CWA Section 401 Certification Rule Congress provided authority to states and Tribes under CWA Section 401 to protect the quality of their waters from adverse impacts resulting from ...