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October 22, 2021

Grace Wohlford, SCS Engineers Intern to Join the Team After Graduation!

  Grace attends Virginia Tech University, studying Civil Engineering, and will be graduating in 2022. We are thrilled to tell you that Grace has accepted a full-time position with SCS after graduation. Lindsay Evans of SCS Human Resources interviewed Grace to get an inside look at her thoughts about ...

October 15, 2021

Get back into the “swing” of things at the EREF Fall Classic | SCS Engineers

We’re excited to help sponsor the EREF Fall Classic & Networking Event.   Revenue from the Fall Classic goes to their mission, funding scholarships for students and solid waste research to advance sustainable waste management. Please join us in sponsoring or attending this fantastic networking event for a good ...

October 13, 2021

Lined Containment Ponds Continue to Provide the Oil and Gas Industry with Safe and Efficient Wastewater Management | SCS Engineers

  In an environmentally safe, less costly, and efficient manner, the disposal and recycling of millions of gallons of production water (brine water) and flowback water generated from the oil and gas industry annually continue to be challenging. While new technologies are on the horizon, there remains a long ...

October 11, 2021

Hydrogen Sulfide Balancing Act – Act Fast, Think Long-Term | SCS Engineers

“Imagine H2S generation as an expanding balloon; if you pop it, air rushes out fast . That concentration level scares people. But if you react by shutting off extraction points, your balloon will continue to expand and eventually create odor ...

October 4, 2021

Illinois Energy Transition Act | SCS Engineers

  On September 15, Governor Pritzker signed Senate Bill 2408, forming the Illinois Energy Transition Act.  The Act advances renewable energy goals and the path to carbon-free electricity generation by 2045. To say this bill will impact the Illinois electrical utility landscape is an understatement. Illinois is a top ...