January 28, 2021

Building in Landfill Performance Improvement – Part II of II SCS eTools – Wireless Data Transfer, Saving Landfill Operators Money and Time

Innovations in landfill technology and best practices are born when landfill & LFG engineers, software developers, and field staff work together for years, consistently improving technology built for and by landfill practitioners. Part II – Building in Landfill Performance Improvement – Wireless Data Transfer, Saving Landfill Operators Money and ...

January 26, 2021

Building in Landfill Performance Improvement – Part I of II SCS eTools

Innovations in landfill technology and best practices are born when landfill & LFG engineers, software developers, and field staff work together for years, consistently improving technology built for and by landfill practitioners. Part I – Building in Landfill Performance Improvement A two-part interview with Landfill & LFG Engineer Sol ...

January 21, 2021

SWANA Applied Research Foundation Publishes New Post-Closure Report

From SWANA’s Executive Summary A new report developed by the SWANA Applied Research Foundation (ARF) addresses two important questions associated with municipal solid waste (MSW) at landfills. What tasks will be required to manage closed landfills following the post-closure care period to ensure continued protection of public health and ...

January 19, 2021

Innovative Landfill Design Technologies and Industry Pioneers

  SCS Engineers is a leading environmental consulting and contracting firm with over 50 years of expertise in designing, permitting, constructing, and operating landfills. The firm is a pioneering force in developing landfill design technologies in use today by most landfill designers in the United States and internationally. Dr. ...

January 18, 2021

FREE Webinar: Staying Ahead of Odor Management at Solid Waste Facilities to Avoid Ramifications

Staying Ahead of Odor Management at Solid Waste Facilities to Avoid Ramifications FREE LIVE WEBINAR & Q/A Landfills, compost facilities, transfer stations, and renewable energy plants are cognizant of odor issues and strive to minimize odors. Proactive odor management is critical to the continued success and operation of these ...

January 14, 2021

Coal Ash Residuals: EPA Requirements vs. TCEQ Requirements Technical Bulletin Summarizes Changes

SCS 2021 Technical Bulletin: TCEQ’S NEW RULES IMPLEMENTING COMPLIANCE AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR COAL COMBUSTION RESIDUALS (CCR) MANAGEMENT  In implementing the EPA’s federal requirements for Coal Ash Residual – CCR sites, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s CCR program needs to be at least as protective as the requirements ...

January 12, 2021

ACEC Engineering Excellence for Landfill Transformation into Business Space and Park

SCS Engineers and Florida East Coast Industries (FECI) are to be honored at the annual conference in Florida planned for August 2021. The firms will receive a 2021 Engineering Excellence Award by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida. The honor acknowledges SCS for the environmental engineering firm’s ...

January 11, 2021

U.S. EPA Landfill Surface Emissions Monitoring and Measurement Virtual Workshop

EPA is hosting a free workshop in January on landfill monitoring and emissions. The workshops are scheduled twice, over half-day sessions. These sessions will include presentations highlighting the latest technological developments for monitoring and measuring landfill gas emissions. Dates and Times: Register once for both sessions. Session I – ...

January 7, 2021

FREE Webinar: Staying Ahead of Odor Management at Solid Waste Facilities to Avoid Ramifications

Register for SCS Engineers’ January webinar to learn more about the proactive strategies and practices you can implement at your critical solid waste facilities. This free webinar will help you develop capabilities to assess the potential for odor issues and, by doing so, set realistic benchmarks toward cost-effective and ...

January 6, 2021

Remediation: Cost Saving Approach to Redeveloping on Old Landfills or Dumps

  As large tracts of geographically desirable vacant land become scarcer, residential and commercial property developers are increasingly turning to old landfills or former dumps. However, such redevelopment is complex and rife with uncertainties. When compared to greenfield development, the land acquisition costs are lower. Still, any savings are ...