SCS Blog

September 9, 2021

Hydrogen, Renewable Energy and a Low-Carbon Pathway to Decarbonization in the U.S. | SCS Engineers

  Progressive energy companies are rushing to corner the growing hydrogen market, excited as they see this renewable fuel’s cost steadily drop and as they prioritize decarbonization. As they work to stay ahead of the pack, they need to put time and thought into building out and implementing these ...

September 7, 2021

Maintaining Gas Extraction System Pumps Saves Time and Money | SCS Field Services

  Accumulating liquids are problematic for landfills taking sludges and other wet wastes not traditionally part of the incoming waste stream. Add to the mix increasing precipitation, and operators could be staring down the perfect storm—especially as they work to optimize their gas extraction systems. Here’s the challenge, explains ...

September 3, 2021

Hiring friendly, team oriented, people | SCS Engineers

If you thrive in a friendly, collaborative, and client-focused company, SCS Engineers is the place for you. We’re looking for field technicians to work collaboratively on our Field Services teams nationwide. Use our job search to find your desired location. Specific information is posted for each open position. Under ...

September 1, 2021

If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, imagine what a snapshot of your well field is worth! | SCS Engineers

Landfill data collection and analysis are more tactical than ever, and landfill technology provides methods to manage and use the data to create efficiencies. With the implementation of the NESHAP, NSPS/EG requirements, Landfill Operators will monitor more often and maintain more records. Data collection mechanisms will likely broaden soon ...

August 30, 2021

Mitsubishi Motors, AKD Investments, and SCS Engineers Partner to Support Florida Economic Development and the Environment

  AKD Real Estate Investments, LLC (AKD) acquired a brownfields property to build a new Mitsubishi car dealership in West Palm Beach. AKD and Mitsubishi Motors, North America, considered the site because it offered existing infrastructure and prevented additional environmental degradation from building on undeveloped property, or Greenfield, increasingly ...