Articles

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.    

April 20, 2021

H2S Rising on Some Landfills, Waste360, Apr 19, 2021

Getting to the route of a problem can be complicated as Tom Rappolt explains, “It’s important to consider the ratio of methane to H2S, and that ratio is not necessarily consistent. Adding complexity is that ratios of methane to H2S at given locations change over time and sometimes change ...

April 1, 2021

Epic Fail Fingers Crossed (I hope it holds), RETA Breeze, Spring 2021

Pipe Supports are an often overlooked part of our ammonia refrigeration systems, but not by your EPA inspector. Bill Lape provides his usual sage and resourceful guidance in this issue of the RETA Breeze.  

April 1, 2021

Collaboration Is the Key to Successful Edible Food Recovery, EM, Apr. 2021

Environmental professionals can be key collaborators for food recovery programs across the country, whether your role is to help businesses overcome the barriers and participate in food donation programs or support the capacity expansion of recovery organizations and services. This article appears in the April 2021 issue of EM ...