SCS Blog

September 21, 2020

EPA Brownfields grant applications up to $800K due October 28, 2020

Shown here COMM22, developed by BRIDGE-Housing, is an award-winning mixed-use, mixed-income, transit-oriented development located at Commercial and 22nd streets in San Diego. SCS’s environmental remediation of the property to ensure human health and the environment were protected as cost-effectively as possible enabled the four-phase development project; supporting both the ...

September 15, 2020

Waste Management wins technology award for innovative environmental platform

Learn more about Waste Management’s Award at minute 30:54 of the video conference recording. Congratulations to the Waste Management Team! The Ignition Firebrand Awards recognize system integrators such as SCS Engineers and industrial firms for their use of technology to create innovative solutions. Today at the virtual Ignition Community Conference, ...

September 14, 2020

How does your state expect you to submit EPCRA Tier II Reporting?

The Emergency Planning and Community-Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) was enacted by Congress to assist local communities in protecting public health by requiring facilities to file an annual EPCRA Tier II Report, identifying hazardous chemical inventories maintained at the facility. Submitting Tier II Reports allows the local emergency personnel to be ...

September 12, 2020

Show Me the Money! Brownfield Redevelopment for Affordable Housing CA Conference

Brownfields, particularly those in urban infill areas, can be successfully redeveloped into housing and other productive uses with significant benefits to the surrounding communities. Redeveloping brownfields is also an important strategy in addressing California’s affordable housing crisis. However, funding for brownfield redevelopment falls well short of the need, which ...

September 11, 2020

Meet Iain Olness – SCS’s Environmental Services Industry Lead in Arizona and New Mexico

“SCS is helping clients conserve natural resources, prevent and mitigate air, water, and soil, and revitalize properties once thought unsafe. It’s rewarding to know I’m supporting our clients, our citizens, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, and New Mexico Environmental Department with today’s environmental issues,” said Olness.     ...