New Air Regulations

2021 SWANA Region 6 Conference, Hotel Roanoke, Virginia

August 24, 2021

Virginia is now open!  Join SCS Engineers professionals at the in-person 2021 SWANA Region 6 Conference, August 24-27, 2021, at the Hotel Roanoke and Convention Center in Roanoke, Virginia.

SWANA Region 6 consists of SWANA chapters from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky. The 2021 Conference is still taking shape, but confirmed events include a golf tournament, a YP Reception, an Exhibitor Reception featuring tastings from local breweries, wineries, and distilleries, a tour of an OmniSource Facility, and a keynote address by David Biderman, Executive Director & CEO of SWANA National.  Additional tours and social events are also in the works.

The conference will address numerous aspects of solid waste management, including the following presentations by SCS professionals:

Managing Leachate through On-site Evaporation
(Plenary Session, Wednesday, August 25, 10:00 am)

YP’s and New Technology for Managing LF Operations
(Plenary Session, Wednesday, August 25, 10:00 am)

Removing Large Piles of Legacy Organics
(“Breaking It Down” Breakout Session, Wednesday, August 25, 1:00 pm)

Understanding and Working through New Air Regs 
(“Managing New Regulations” Breakout Session, Wednesday, August 25, 2:45 pm)

Changes in Landfill Monitoring Regs
(“Managing New Regulations” Breakout Session, Wednesday, August 25, 2:45 pm)

Navigating the Market Conditions that Impact Recycling
(“Recycling and Then Some” Breakout Session, Thursday, August 26, 8:00 am)

Look at Facilities and Change/Consolidate for Efficiency
(“New Beginnings” Plenary Session, Thursday, August 26, 1:30 pm)

WTE in Region 6 and Neighboring States
(“Teaching the Old Dog New Tricks” Plenary Session, Friday, August 27, 8:00 am)

Creating Efficiencies through Equipment and Route Balancing
(“Creating Efficiencies” Plenary Session, Friday, August 27, 9:30 am)

 

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Posted by Laura Dorn at 1:00 pm