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December 19, 2022

Keeping it Simple: An Alternative Approach to Site Life

Kollan Spradlin and Fauve Herron discuss how since implementing the Remaining Capacity Method (RCM) for a number of clients, they observe that the predicted closure year remains more consistent during the … Continue reading Keeping it Simple: An Alternative Approach to Site Life

December 19, 2022

Using GIS for Solid Waste Projects is a Game-Changer

Kayla Ouellette and Juliette Gutierrez describe how mobile applications for accessing data have significantly advanced our work in many industries. Employing GIS in solid waste management allows greater access to … Continue reading Using GIS for Solid Waste Projects is a Game-Changer

December 16, 2022

Master Planning Efforts To Begin For Dane County’s Sustainability Campus

Master planning for Dane County’s Sustainability Campus will host waste processors, recycling businesses, and even research and startup companies. The Campus is Madison, WI, expected to bolster economic development in … Continue reading Master Planning Efforts To Begin For Dane County’s Sustainability Campus

December 8, 2022

Landfill Gas OM&M: Gauging the flow, Waste Today, Dec 2022

Since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued updated New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), the way new, modified, or reconstructed municipal solid waste landfills address landfill gas OM&M has changed, … Continue reading Landfill Gas OM&M: Gauging the flow, Waste Today, Dec 2022

December 8, 2022

Carpinteria Pot Wars: A Dutch Clean-Air Technology Gives Residents Some Hope

An air study and testing by SCS Engineers shows that filters or air scrubbers using clean-air technology can eliminate 84 percent of the “skunky” smell of cannabis before escaping through … Continue reading Carpinteria Pot Wars: A Dutch Clean-Air Technology Gives Residents Some Hope