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January 19, 2022

Recycling food and materials important to way of life, Courier Sentinel, Jan 2022

Recycling programs and landfills are benefiting from record-high values of recyclable materials. While recycling is at an all-time high, disposing of food waste in the garbage is also rising. A … Continue reading Recycling food and materials important to way of life, Courier Sentinel, Jan 2022 ...

December 24, 2021

Everyone Fails (Sometimes It Is Not Obvious), RETA, Dec 2021

In the interest of correcting Bill Lape’s Epic Fail, he revisits IIAR2 pressure gauge range requirements.   Bill Lape is Project Director for SCS Engineers. Bill is a Certified Industrial … Continue reading Everyone Fails (Sometimes It Is Not Obvious), RETA, Dec 2021

December 15, 2021

Dual-stream recycling proponents feel vindicated after converted communities see financial benefits, Waste Dive, Dec 2021

Recent years of commodity market turbulence and high contamination levels in recycling emphasized the value of clean material. Now, recycling program managers in two states are touting dual-stream again.   … Continue reading Dual-stream recycling proponents feel vindicated after converted communities see financial benefits, Waste Dive, ...

December 13, 2021

A Special Place to Study Law, Virginia Lawyer Register, Dec. 2021

Mike McLaughlin recounts the people and experiences that make him such an interesting lawyer and environmental engineer.    

December 13, 2021

California’s first fully solar-powered compost facility, Waste Management World, Dec 2021

The first fully solar-powered compost facility in the state.   Learn more about renewable energy solutions at SCS Engineers: Solar Energy Biofuel, Anaerobic Digesters, Renewable Natural Gas       … Continue reading California’s first fully solar-powered compost facility, Waste Management World, Dec 2021