Featured speakers include:
– Mike Herzberger, GISP, CFM, Division Chief, Maryland Environmental Service, David Hostetter, Business Manager, SCS Engineers; Cory Daviau, Division Head, Engineering and Compliance for Solid Waste Facilities, Baltimore County will discuss Remote Monitoring at the Landfill: GPS, Drones, …
Landfill Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) systems are the combinations of various technologies which help to:
»Give engineers, operators, and managers timely and actionable data so that they can make intelligent decisions
»Reduce operations and maintenance costs
»Allow operators to control equipment remotely
»Increase the safety of the site
»Reduce environmental risk
– Jacob Shepherd, Senior Project Engineer of SCS Engineers, will present Landfill Air Regulation Update – New Methane Control and Federal Air Rules for 2021.
All landfills regulated under the NESHAP air program must comply with updated federal regulations by September 2021, including new requirements for landfill gas beneficial use treatment systems and gas system design plans. Additionally, the EPA is expected to finalize a federal plan implementing new NSPS air rules for landfills modified or constructed before July 2014, and not yet covered under an approved state plan. At the state level, as part of a continued focus on greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction, Maryland MDE is expected to publish new regulations this year addressing landfill methane control. This presentation will cover what landfills need to do to comply with the updated federal regulations and discuss anticipated new requirements under the MDE regulatory initiative.
Wednesday, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm ET
Thursday, 9:00 am – 12:15 pm ET
SCS periodically prepares Technical Bulletins to highlight items of interest to our clients and friends who have signed up to receive them. We also publish these on our website.
Our most recent Bulletin summarizes the 2020 Virginia State Plan for New Landfill EG approved by the USEPA on June 23, 2020.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved a Clean Air Act (CAA) section 111(d) plan submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VADEQ). This plan was submitted to fulfill the requirements of the CAA and in response to EPA’s promulgation of Emissions Guidelines and Compliance Times for municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills.
The Virginia plan establishes emission limits for existing MSW landfills and provides for the implementation and enforcement of those limits. Highlights of the plan are explained in a newly published SCS Technical Bulletin.
SCS Engineers will continue to post timely information, resources, and presentations to keep you well informed.