SCS Press Releases

January 22, 2020

SCS Engineers Launches ASP Composting Pilot Program

Long Beach, CA – SCS Engineers announces a new program enabling waste managers and facilities to pilot test Aerated Static Pile (ASP) composting before making a capital investment. There is a high interest in organic materials management (e.g., composting, anaerobic digestion), driven by state and local regulations for diversion ...

December 10, 2019

SCS Engineers Named a Premier Ignition Integrator

The firm recently won the 2019 Firebrand Award for SCS’s Remote Monitoring and Control® a next-generation visualization and control system for waste management. Long Beach, CA – Inductive Automation® announced the software firm now recognizes SCS Engineers as a Premier Integrator. Premier Integrators have a high level of commitment, ...

November 14, 2019

California Senate Bill 205 to Enforce Further Industrial Stormwater Compliance

NGOs, State, and Regional Water Quality Boards fire a warning shot across California’s waterscape for industrial stormwater non-filers, now is the time to seek compliance or risk business licenses. Long Beach, CA − On October 2, 2019, Senate Bill, SB-205, passed establishing new rules for issuing a business license ...

October 10, 2019

SCS Engineers and BRIDGE Housing Address California’s Housing Crisis

Redevelopment projects provide 1,248 new housing units in three cities. Long Beach, CA – SCS Engineers is helping affordable housing developer, BRIDGE Housing, create much-needed residential homes and units with a significant commitment to affordable/workforce housing in Long Beach, San Diego, and San Francisco. Environmental assessments and remediation are ...

October 8, 2019

SCS Engineers Advises Los Angeles Community College District on a Comprehensive Approach to Procure Waste and Recycling Services

Los Angeles, CA – The Los Angeles Community College District, the largest district in the California Community College system, has contracted SCS Engineers to plan, design, and implement a new approach to procuring services to process the waste generated from its nine colleges, and satellite locations within Los Angeles ...