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Over the past two years, landfill, RNG, and compost monitoring technology has seen major improvements, including reduced costs of sensors and equipment, and systems integration software that pinpoints and controls specific infrastructure and conditions remotely 24/7. These improvements help us conduct daily business more efficiently and increase our ability to respond faster. And proven technology rolling out in 2024? It’s even more exciting.
In our next educational client webinar, 2024 Landfill, RNG, and Compost Monitoring Technologies, you will take a virtual 3-D journey demonstrating what landfill owners and operators are using in 2023 and what you can expect in 2024. Ask questions, exchange ideas, and learn how to enhance operations at landfills and facilities.
Using drones, sensors, LiDAR, weather, and IoT, our three experts show you how integrated technologies work together for an unprecedented view of landfill conditions and the means to monitor and control your landfill systems through one interface remotely. You can investigate the GCCS, liquids, airspace, stormwater, weather, wellheads, flares, pumps, temperature, and other equipment. Based on case studies, the SCS RMC team shows how landfill and facility owners/operators can respond in hours to satellite imagery of methane plumes, adjust operations to control odors based on weather conditions, and collect methane emissions data in a fraction of the time it takes with traditional ground monitoring.
In plain language, our panelists, Dave, Melissa, and Phil, explain how these sustainable solutions increase security, optimize planning and operations, and improve resource management to protect our environment and your business.
Meet our Panelists:
David Hostetter, PE, LEED AP, CEM, is a Remote Monitoring and Control group’s Regional Manager. His experience includes remote monitoring and control systems engineering, construction, and operation; landfill gas (LFG) blower/flare station engineering; LFG wellfield engineering; leachate and groundwater pumping systems engineering; and HVAC and plumbing engineering. Dave’s background includes recognition in North America for his work designing and integrating large-scale systems for landfills or groups of landfills and facilities. Reach out to Dave at or on LinkedIn.
Melissa Russo is an SCS Remote Monitoring and Control Business Manager and manages all Drones and GIS-related projects nationwide. She is a FAA Part 107 licensed pilot who has spent most of the last four years in the field, testing drone solutions at challenging landfills. Mel is responsible for a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and a team of pilots across the nation that provide many services, including methane monitoring, 3D topographic mapping, infrared thermal imagery, stockpile and settlement calculations, LiDAR surveys, NIR surveys, and high-resolution images and video. With 16 years in landfill and facility O&M, she serves her clients by showing them the potential of drones in helping to capture emissions and improve efficiencies. Reach out to Mel at or on LinkedIn.
Phillip Carrillo is the National Director of SCS’s Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) practice. Phil is a systems integrator with decades of experience in the operations & maintenance of landfill gas extraction and treatment systems. In the past 13 years with SCS, he has managed the design and installation of over 150 SCS RMC systems for 100 clients. In addition to serving clients with the design, installation, and support of customized remote monitoring and control solutions, Phil is a FAA Part 107 drone pilot and leads the development of SCS’s pioneering suite of state-of-the-art hardware and custom software applications benefiting clients in their efforts to optimize data management efficiencies. Reach Phil at or on LinkedIn.