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March 23, 2023

Using 6 Critical Elements to Drive Quality on a Project 3-23

Whitney Rodriguez provides her six critical items that drive delivering high-quality project work. She always aims to exceed her client’s expectations.    

March 21, 2023

Funding Accelerates Efforts to Plug Abandoned Wells

Author Dave Palmerton takes us through the history and challenges of abandoned wells (also called orphan wells). Recent funding presents opportunities for companies with the appropriate knowledge and resources to … Continue reading Funding Accelerates Efforts to Plug Abandoned Wells

March 17, 2023

Deep Well Disposal for PFAS Attracts Heightened Interest as New Regulations Loom

One thing that landfills, airports, wastewater treatment facilities, chemical companies, and other entities needing to manage liquid PFAS waste will not have to worry about is competing for deep well … Continue reading Deep Well Disposal for PFAS Attracts Heightened Interest as New Regulations Loom

February 6, 2023

What’s ahead for the landfill as Salina moves toward a ‘Zero Waste’ philosophy?

The City of Salina defined ‘Zero Waste’ as a philosophy that promotes reuse, recycling, and conservation programs. Sustainable Materials Management is planning for communities to use the resources it has … Continue reading What’s ahead for the landfill as Salina moves toward a ‘Zero Waste’ philosophy? ...

February 6, 2023

How fast-growing cities have rerouted their collection systems

Several municipalities see an opportunity to digitize routes to optimize labor and fuel efficiency or minimize road wear and tear. Rerouting collection systems proves to support sustainability plans for these … Continue reading How fast-growing cities have rerouted their collection systems