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May 27, 2021

Pressure Relief Design Considerations From a PSM Compliance Standpoint (Part Two)

Bill Lape continues his Pressure Relief Design Considerations series. Part One discusses some of the factors that affect the relief capacity of a relief system that may be overlooked and the proper documentation of the safety relief design. In Part Two, Bill discusses some of the pitfalls associated with ...

May 21, 2021

EPA grant first step for city toward urban agriculture project, Journal Star, May 2021

Working with SCS Engineers, this Nebraska city earned an $800,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency. The City of Lincoln plans to use the grant to assess and clean up brownfield sites, including up to 10 acres of land city officials hope to use for self-sustaining urban agriculture projects. ...

May 3, 2021

MSWLs and NESHAP: EPA Proposes Revisions and Clarification, EHS Daily

EPA’s proposed revisions and clarifications published on April 8, 2021. Approximately 738 MSWLs in the United States are subject to NESHAP.  

May 1, 2021

Increasing Efficiency and Sustainability in Citizen’s Convenience Centers, WasteAdvantage, May 2021

Ryan Duckett, PE, discusses how a well-thought-through plan with a holistic approach will sustain your community’s Convenience Centers for decades.  

April 28, 2021

ShoreRivers litigation forces owners to address toxic lead site

Lead-based shot remains in use in upland game hunting and in trap and skeet shooting sports. Shooting ranges can accumulate toxic levels in soil and water unless proper reclamation protocols are in place.