modern landfill design

FREE: Modern Landfill Design to Maximize Capital Investment Returns

September 29, 2022

Modern Landfill Design to Maximize Capital Investment Returns


Live on Thursday, September 29, 2022
2:00 pm Eastern Time for 1 hour

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Today’s modern landfills offset inflation and labor costs through transformative reduction, recycling, and reuse programs while turning methane into renewable energy. Advanced remote monitoring and control technology and data capture provide many efficiencies and insight to landfill operators and owners running larger and larger collections of plants and facilities on their landfills.

The trend to go larger necessitates more landfill design sophistication and master planning to recoup the growing capital investment upfront. During this month’s SCS Engineers webinar and open forum, our panel will discuss landfill design, focusing on optimizing your site layout and maximizing air space – a landfill’s golden egg.

Dr. Ali Khatami and Robert Gardner discuss how modern landfill design can reduce construction and OM&M costs while maximizing your landfill’s future footprint for multiple uses over decades. These experts will answer your questions throughout the presentation in this open forum.


SCS Engineers Environmental Consulting and Contracting

We hope you can join SCS Engineers for our next client webinar and open forum. Feel free to share this event page with others who may be interested in registering too.


This educational, non-commercial webinar with a Q&A forum throughout is free and open to all who want to learn more about landfill design. We recommend this month’s discussion for landfill owners/operators, solid waste planners, environmental engineers, municipalities, and environmental agency staff. Certificates of Attendance are available for attendees who registered on Zoom and attended the live session. Sharing another person’s link to join the live session does not register your name. SCS does not sell or share any data collected at Zoom registration.




Posted by Diane Samuels at 2:00 pm