Leachate Treatment and Disposal Preplanning

Leachate Treatment and Disposal Preplanning: Preparing and Uncovering Options for Landfills

December 16, 2021

On December 16, SCS Engineers presented another free technical discussion and QA about how preplanning helps you prepare and uncover leachate treatment and disposal options at landfills.

If you missed it, click here for the recording that includes the Q&A!

The waste industry works hard to stay on top of a diverse and complex mix of leachate contaminants — heavy metals, ammonia, and biochemical oxygen demand, among them. Lately, we have even more to think about, including keeping concentrations of these contaminants within the wastewater treatment plant’s tightening discharge limits and addressing compliance pressures as the list of constituents on regulators’ radar grows.

Exploring leachate treatment options to find the most fitting and cost-effective one takes vetting. Our panelists for December’s discussion and Q&A: Leachate Treatment and Disposal Preplanning: Preparing and Uncovering Options for Landfills have decades of expertise helping landfills, manufacturers, and waste facilities find the most sustainable solutions.



Watch this month’s forum about leachate treatment and disposal preplanning to inform your alternatives analysis in order to achieve the best results, including:

  • Positioning your facility or landfill to be as independent as possible using proven treatment technology
  • Compiling crucial information around current leachate generation and future projections with site-specific characteristics of the liquids to reduce risk
  • Vetting multiple leachate treatment systems and disposal options, sizing up each one to properly address your sites’ individual needs
  • Identify an interim solution if necessary.

This SCS forum is suitable for waste management, landfill, and compliance staff, managers, and engineers of all levels.

Sessions are interactive with Q&A throughout, and as always, these are non-commercial. Your privacy is protected.







Posted by Diane Samuels at 2:00 pm