Energy and Gas

February 13, 2024

Hear from SCS Engineers experts at the SWANA Northwest Regional Symposium on May 1 – 3, at the McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Oregon. SCS is a sponsor of the symposium and will have a booth! Come by to talk with our experts!

The program theme this year is Innovation: Shaping the Future of Materials Management, envisioning a future that promotes innovative practices for materials management. The event is planning to host the usual Wednesday evening social and golf tournament as in previous years. The Thursday night social event will be Wild Bill’s Casino Night.

The symposium attracts a large number of professionals and operators, representing public and private sector organizations from throughout the Pacific Northwest. It includes a mix of interesting presentations on important industry topics and fun events for relaxing and socializing. It also provides an excellent opportunity for vendors to exhibit their businesses and interact with potential clients.

Click here for schedule, registration, and other conference details.



Posted by Brianna Morgan at 1:50 pm

January 19, 2024

Hear from SCS Engineers experts at the SWANA Western Regional Symposium on May 20 – 23, at the Palm Springs Hilton Resort in Palm Springs, CA . SCS is also is a sponsor of the symposium.

The symposium is the premier professional meeting for solid waste, recycling, composting, and organics management professionals. The program is slated to cover dozens of topics ranging from Circular Economy, ZeroWaste, Recycling Markets, Organics Policies and Programs, Infrastructure, SB 1383, Advanced Technology, Facilities (Landfills, Transfer Stations, Processing Facilities) and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn, connect and engage within the industry.

Numerous SCS Engineers experts will be on hand to discuss your solid waste management challenges, and several are presenting at the symposium, including:

Patrick Sullivan presenting on “New Emission Inventory Requirements in California” [Tuesday, May 21, Track 2, 10:15 am – 11:30 am]

Michelle Leonard speaking on “Edible Food Recovery: A Regional Approach to Connecting Food Generators and Food Recovery Organizations” [Tuesday, May 21, Track 3, 10:15 am – 11:30 am]

Kelli Farmer discussion “Cross-Generational Dialogue on Professional Perspectives” [Wednesday, May 22, Track 1, 10:15 – 11:30 am]

Click here for schedule, registration, and other conference details. See you in the desert!



Posted by Brianna Morgan at 9:14 am