financial planning

Assessing the Financial Performance of Operating and Proposed Solid Waste Programs

May 25, 2017

Financial analysis is an increasingly important issue in solid waste decision making. In an era where the mantra of “doing more with less” is on the lips of most political decision-makers, it is critical to assess the financial performance of operating and proposed solid waste programs. The three issues discussed in this article provide some guidelines on how these kinds of assessments can be conducted.

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Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:00 am

Is Your Landfill, Landfill Gas, or Solid Waste Operation Ready For 2017? SCS’s free guidance helps you plan to meet and finance for NSPS rules

October 24, 2016

Getting a firm handle on a solid waste  operation and expenses is a challenge for any solid waste agency manager or landfill operator. It is particularly imperative in this era of “lean and mean” budgets and looming regulatory policy. Doing more with less is the watchword for most operations across the country still reeling from the financial impacts of the Great Recession.

SCS Engineers has created a package of articles to help you identify if your landfill, landfill gas, or solid waste operation is ready for 2017. We hope this useful guidance will help you plan for the upcoming year. SCS professionals are always available to answer questions and provide advice. Find the office or SCS professional nearest to you by clicking on one the links here: Offices and Professionals.

Download, print or share this package by using the download button under the articles or by using the navigation at left. The package includes the following information written by SCS National Experts:

  • New Rules for Landfills
  • How the Latest NSPS Rules will Affect Small to Mid-Size Landfills
  • Current Leading Issues in Solid Waste Financial Planning
  • The Value of a Solid Waste Rate Analysis

Download - SCS_Engineers_Preparing_For_2017_Landfills_LFG_and_Solid_Waste.pdf (PDF, 1.48MB)

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 3:00 am