SCS Blog

August 10, 2021

When Landfill Operators Brace for Storms, it’s Safety First

  With the frequency and severity of storms on the rise, municipal solid waste landfill operators have to think differently to keep their workers and environment safe. Planning is key to safely hit the ground running in the wake of severe weather. Federal law does not hold household hazardous ...

August 4, 2021

MWEA Highlights: Brett Heist co-presents “More Than a Pretty Map – GIS Covers Your Assets.”

  The recent MWEA Conference covered a wealth of other important topics on water management and safety, including this presentation with SCS Engineer’s Remote Monitoring Control specialist, Brett Heist. Brett and Jarod Stuyvesant co-presented “More Than a Pretty Map – GIS Covers Your Assets,” including demonstrations of how the ...

August 2, 2021

EREF Summit Focuses on Landfill Stability and Emerging Challenges

  EREF, the Ohio EPA, and industry leaders will discuss the latest science, factors, and best practices around landfill instability. This session will include managing liquids and leachate and the practice of aqueous waste disposal in landfills. The Summit will take place at the Marriott Columbus University Area in ...

July 30, 2021

Duckett Couples Engineering Expertise with Financial Acumen and Creativity

The engineer in Ryan Duckett tends to want to build the biggest, most top-of-the-line waste and recycling facilities whenever he can, but always what is practical for his clients. SCS’s mission states that employees adopt our clients’ environmental challenges as our own, and that includes their budgets and social ...

July 28, 2021

Gotta Getta Bucket – Witty Community Video Makes Waste Diversion Fun

  Media Borough, Pennsylvania’s Food Compost Program uses a witty video encouraging participation in its organic waste diversion and composting program. We had to share – not only is it fun – it works! The Borough launched its pilot program to gauge the feasibility of adding food scrap collection ...