SCS professionals are active in, and leaders of industry and professional associations. We organize and participate in workshops and conferences, author and present technical papers, conduct research, and participate in national and state-level legislative and rule-making processes and regulatory policy. Our engineers, environmental consultants, and scientists work in close coordination on environmental solutions.
Mr. Carrico, a Senior Vice President and one of SCS’s National Experts on Liquids Management, has over 30 years of experience with SCS Field Services (a division of SCS Engineers) in the operation, maintenance, and monitoring of landfill gas (LFG) management systems. This experience has ranged from hands-on, technical fieldwork to management of field teams performing routine and non-routine LFG system operations and maintenance (O&M). He is also the Assistant Director of our Operations, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) Division.
Mr. Carrico, a Senior Vice President and one of SCS’s National Experts on Liquids Management, has over 30 years of experience with SCS Field Services (a division of SCS Engineers) in the operation, maintenance, and monitoring of landfill gas (LFG) management systems. This experience has ranged from hands-on, technical fieldwork to management of field teams performing routine and non-routine LFG system operations and maintenance (O&M). Mr. Carrico also writes and prepares site specific O&M manuals, site assessment and investigation reports, and routine project status reports.
Mr. Carrico also serves as the Assistant Director of our Operation, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) Division. In this role, he is responsible for the direction of more than 50 LFG OM&M projects throughout the U.S. Current prominent OM&M projects include the I-95 and I-66 Landfills in Fairfax County, VA; the Brown Station Road Landfill in Prince Georges County, MD; the Conestoga Landfill in central PA; the Lee County Landfill in Bishopville, SC; the Orange County Landfill in Orlando, FL; and the Palmetto Landfill in Wellford, SC.
Past projects include the Medley Landfill in Medley, FL; the Old Dominion and King and Queen Landfills near Richmond, VA; the East Carolina Landfill in Aulander, NC; the Prince William County Landfill near Manassas, VA; the Brunswick Landfill in Lawrenceville, VA; and the Stafford County Landfill in Stafford, VA.
These projects represent a variety of different LFG control and recovery systems for both regulatory compliance and energy use, including vertical and horizontal gas extraction, air injection, open and enclosed flaring systems, electronic gas detection systems, and remote LFG data collection. Mr. Carrico’s experience provides SCS-FS with a practical, hands-on management capability for a wide range of projects.
Concurrent with project management responsibilities, Mr. Carrico has helped develop SCSeTools® for compiling, reporting, and using collected data for operations and investment. Other relevant experience includes preparation and review of LFG system O&M manuals, conducting LFG training seminars for employees and clients, and participation as an instructor and presenter in LFG industry seminars and symposiums.
Contact Pete at 571-353-2034 or PCarrico@scsengineers.com
Tom Conrad, PE, is a founding principal of SCS Engineers and our Director Emeritus. He is experienced in civil and environmental engineering, construction, and energy management. His environmental engineering experience has been in waste management, with the vast majority in solid waste.
Mr. Conrad has decades of experience in the environmental engineering industry, specifically in solid waste management, including landfills; landfill gas (LFG) control; LFG to Energy; leachate management; solid waste management, recycling, and sustainability plans; waste conversion technologies; yard waste composting; material recovery facilities; and transfer stations.
His energy management experience includes serving as the program manager on SCS’s GSA energy schedule contract and blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) for GSA and the National Park Service, performing energy and water audits, and conducting retro-commissioning.