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SWANA Soar 2022 Technical Conference, Kansas City

March 21, 2022

SAVE THE DATE:  Join SWANA for its SOAR 2022 Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, March 21-24, 2022.  “SOAR” stands for Sustainability, Operations, Action, Resources, and it is SWANA’s new technical conference to provide technical solutions for resource manage.  It is built on the essence of SWANApalooza, and is driving the power and connection of the solid waste community.

The Call for Papers is Coming Soon.  Check back for due dates and conference details as they take shape

 

 

Posted by Laura Dorn at 8:00 am

SCS Engineers Opens New Office in Pennsylvania to Accommodate Growing Business

October 26, 2015

Denver, PA. – SCS Engineers is opening a new office in Denver, Pennsylvania. The professional engineering staff currently serving clients in Reading will be joined by additional environmental consulting staff moving to the larger office space on November 1, 2015. The new office is located at:

The SCS office in Pennsylvania is larger and more conveniently located to serve clients in Lebanon, Lancaster, and Reading.
The SCS office in Pennsylvania is larger and more conveniently located to serve clients in Lebanon, Lancaster, and Reading.

SCS Engineers
22 Denver Road, Suite E
Denver, PA 17517
Tel: +1-610-382-3050

Denise Wessels, P.E., and SCS Project Manager stated, “We are strengthening our commitment to the Commonwealth, and the new location enables us to broaden our environmental services in the region, including SCSeTools®.”

SCS provides quality environmental consulting and construction services to municipal and private sector clients, and has recently expanded SCSeTools®, a platform for organizing big data collected at landfills. The tools collect data, and then organize the data into analyses, graphs, and maps that allow landfill owners and operators to predict, assess, and plan the operation and maintenance of their facilities. This insight helps with decision-making for operational excellence and helps to improve the bottom line.

Posted by Diane Samuels at 9:55 am