Dr. Ketan Shah’s paper entitled “Single-use plastic bottle emissions using life cycle assessment for the US States, challenges, impact, and recommendations” is publishing in June, but those attending the … Continue reading Addressing Single-Use Plastic Methane Emissions Estimates
SCS Engineers welcomes Melissa Schick to the environmental firm’s Brownfields and Voluntary Remediation practice, which works nationwide, supporting municipal and public/private sector ventures to remediate previously thought unusable properties … Continue reading Melissa Schick Joins SCS Engineers Brownfields and Voluntary Remediation Practice
As you may recall, in September 2022, EPA issued a proposed rule to designate two per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) — perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), and their salts … Continue reading PFAS CERCLA Update and PFAS Treatment
Oil Spill Prevention Municipal Solid Waste Facilities (MSWFs) are subject to a wide range of federal, state, and local regulations that govern their operations. Regulatory compliance is essential to … Continue reading Does Your MSW Facility Need Oil Spill Prevention Planning? It Might!
Environmental justice is integrated into State and Federal environmental agency policy-making, thus impacting inspections and enforcement across the nation. While specifics are evolving quickly in each state, staying abreast … Continue reading Environmental Justice – Preparing for IEPA or USEPA Inspection