SCS Engineers

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

 

 

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Waste360 Global Waste Management Symposium

February 14, 2022

Save the date!  Waste360 is hosting its Global Waste Management Symposium, February 14-17, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, California.

The program is taking shape and will feature numerous sessions on solid waste and materials management, such as waste minimization and reuse, landfill operation and design, organics diversion/composting/anaerobic digestion, elevated temperature landfills/subsurface reactions, climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable materials management, wastes from energy production (e.g. coal ash), waste containment and geosynthetics, odor emissions and management, leachate treatment, recycling and material markets, landfill gas production, waste-to-energy, waste characterization, and more!

GWMS services the needs of landfill owners and operators, as well as their engineers and the consultant and vendor communities. Join this broad coalition of participants that also includes:

  • Facility Owners and Operators
  • Local / State / Federal Agencies
  • Researchers
  • Waste Service Companies
  • Vendors / Suppliers
  • Trade Organizations
  • Solid Waste Generators
  • Students

Sponsorship opportunities are currently available.

Click for conference details, and check back often as the program evolves.

 

 

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Compost2022 – USCC Conference and Tradeshow

January 24, 2022

We hope you can join SCS Engineers at the US Composting Council’s largest event. You’ll learn about advances in compost manufacturing, compost utilization, and organics recycling which all benefit our members, society, and the environment.

January 24-27, 2022
Austin, TX

SCS is looking forward to meeting company and community representatives committed to composting, compost use, and organics management with the best regenerative practices and new hybrid approaches.

One SCS hybrid composting approach combines an ASP system with open windrow technology to achieve necessary process control while maintaining cost efficiencies. The design helped the Chittenden Solid Waste District solve the challenge of processing increasing tons of food scraps. As a result, its composting facility is now processing 8,200 more tons of food waste, and SCS helped identify financial support to adapt the existing infrastructure and processes.

Our staff provides comprehensive support – technology, best practices, higher quality yields, permitting, odor management, business planning, and how to find financing for sustainable operations.  We have decades of experience and expertise in serving public and private sectors – from New York City to San Diego.

SCS offers a Composting Pilot Program enabling waste managers and facilities to pilot test Aerated Static Pile (ASP) composting before making a capital investment.

 

 

 

 

 

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EUEC Virtual 2021 Speaker Series – Track J: Fleet Charging, Battery, E-Mobility, TE

December 13, 2021

The Energy, Utility & Environmental Conference completes its year-long speaker series of virtual live and on-demand presentations, with its 10th conference December 13& 14, 2021 on Fleet Charging, Battery, E-Mobility, TE.

These ten live streaming monthly conferences run from March through December 2021 featuring 300 speakers and over 70 virtual exhibit booths with live networking & marketing.  Professionals from SCS Engineers are presenters at several of these sessions.

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Brownfields 2021, Oklahoma City

December 8, 2021

The National Brownfields Training Conference is going to the Sooner State!  The live, in-person conference will be held December 8-11, in Oklahoma City.  The theme is “Sustainable Communities Start Here”.

Oklahoma City is the site of the 2021 Brownfields Conference due to the exciting brownfields redevelopment happening in the city. The conference will take place in the brand new Oklahoma City Convention Center, which was itself built on a redeveloped brownfield site!

The National Brownfields Training Conference provides networking and learning opportunities to the Brownfields community.  Conference planners are working to ensure that the venue and travel arrangements will be as safe and healthy as possible so conference attendees can continue to experience the valuable in-person education and networking opportunities that have defined the Brownfields Conference since 1996.

Co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the National Brownfields Training Conference is the largest gathering of stakeholders focused on cleaning up and reusing formerly utilized commercial and industrial properties.

The Conference features a dynamic program of speakers, mobile workshops, films, over 100 educational sessions, and other learning formats calibrated to provide case studies, program updates, and useful strategies for meeting your brownfield challenges head-on.  The exceptional training offered by the Brownfields Conference has something for both beginners and seasoned professionals.  Topic areas include

  • Brownfield Assessment, Cleanups, and Redevelopment
  • Community Engagement and Empowerment
  • Creative Placemaking
  • Equitable Development and Environmental Justice
  • Funding and Financing for Community Revitalization
  • International Programs and Policies
  • Environmental Liability and Enforcement
  • Opportunity Funds and Brownfields Revitalization Renewable Energy Alternatives
  • Resiliency and sustainability
  • Brownfields Strategies for Rural and Small Communities
  • Promoting Public Health through Brownfields Revitalization
  • Workforce Development and Job Training

The conference is also a premier stop for the private sector with a vibrant exhibit hall and other transactional activities that are catered towards companies doing the business of brownfields cleanup and redevelopment. The exhibit hall will feature federal agencies, engineering firms, developers, environmental cleanup companies, legal and financial expertise, nonprofits, and other types of organizations.

As an added bonus, organizers recently added Brownfields University to the program.  BU is a set of pre-conference training workshops that will provide a core of brownfield concepts and practices to prepare attendees for the full educational program content.

Click for Conference and Brownfields University registration information and program details

 

 

 

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RETA 2021 National Conference in Schaumburg, Illinois

November 9, 2021

November 9-11, 2021

Join SCS at the RETA National Conference – the largest gathering of Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians that offers 3 full days of educational and networking activities and events. You can also take the CARO, CIRO, CRST, or CRES Review Courses.

 

Lee Pyle Lee Pyle:  Ms. Pyle is a Vice President of SCS Engineers, the Business Unit Director of our SCS Tracer Division, and our National Expert on Risk Management Plans and Process Safety Management. Ms. Pyle serves as lead engineer on many projects and has been involved in preparing over 100 Risk Management and Safety Management Programs. She is a key element in developing the Risk and Safety program at SCS Tracer Environmental, including document preparation for specific Administrating Agencies throughout the state of California and ensuring that all our risk programs are acceptable to these agencies.

Bill Lape: Mr. Lape is a Project Director for the Risk Management Group in our Tracer Environmental Division. His responsibilities include outlining project budgets, organizing project schedules, and quality control. He is experienced in developing and deploying standardized Risk Management and Process Safety Management (PSM) Programs, including process safety program implementation and PSM support to manufacturing facilities that utilize ammonia as a refrigerant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EUEC Virtual 2021 Speaker Series – Track I: CT, ELG, FGD, Waste Water, Sustainability

November 8, 2021

te The Energy, Utility & Environmental Conference speaker series continues with virtual live and on-demand presentations throughout 2021.

Attend ten live streaming monthly conferences from March through December 2021 featuring 300 speakers and over 70 virtual exhibit booths with live networking & marketing.  Professionals from SCS Engineers are speakers at several of these sessions.

Conference 9 takes place November 8-9, 2021 and explores CT, ELG, FGD, Waste Water, Sustainability.

SCS Engineers Vice President, Monte Markley, will present on “Vehicle Grid Integration – Creating Value Through Managed EV Charging” (Track I4.2, November 9 at 7:30 AM PT)

Click for program details and registration information

 

 

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SWANA WASTECON 2021, Orlando, Florida

November 1, 2021

Meet many SCS professionals at SWANA WASTECON 2021, which will be held at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida (Orlando area), November 1-4, 2021.

SWANA’s WASTECON® helps public sector solid waste leaders and their teams plan sustainable futures for their communities.  WASTECON has been retooled into an enlightening and engaging executive-level event. The conference has been curated especially for solid waste leaders to immerse themselves in the latest executive topics.  Each solid waste leader contributes to this diverse learning and networking experience that makes this a truly unique industry event.

More details to be posted at the conference takes shape, including presentations to be delivered by SCS professionals.

For more information about WASTECON, visit WASTECON.org

 

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2021 Florida Redevelopment Association Annual Conference, Fort Myers, Florida

October 27, 2021

SAVE THE DATE!  Be a part of the 2021 Florida Redevelopment Association Annual Conference at the brand new Luminary Hotel & Co. in Fort Myers, FL, October 27-29, 2021 (Exhibit dates October 27 & 28).

Network with some 300 redevelopment professionals, elected officials, and appointed officials who oversee redevelopment (economic development) programs in Florida cities and counties, and community redevelopment agencies/CRAs. The Conference addresses:

  • Economic Development and Redevelopment
  • Fiscal/Financial Consulting
  • Engineering: Environmental, Planning and Others
  • Feasibility Studies
  • General Government Consulting
  • Government Communications
  • Infrastructure Financing and Construction
  • Management Studies/Organizational Structure Analysis
  • Parks & Recreation: Including After-School Activities
  • Sustainability

The conference is co-sponsored by the Florida Redevelopment Association Annual Conference and the Florida League of Cities.

The schedule is taking shape now.  Click for Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities and conference details and registration

 

 

 

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2021 Electric Power Transformation MEGA Symposium, Indianapolis

October 19, 2021

Be part of the MEGA Symposium, October 19-20, at the Indianapolis Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The MEGA Symposium returns as an in-person conference with a focus on the transition of the electric power industry to cleaner and climate resilient electric power that can remain cost-effective and reliable. Electric power energy issues abound as the nation and the industry address climate change, air quality, waste and water policy and technology issues related to energy production and delivery.

The symposium will provide technical information, solutions, and insights into President Biden’s policy trends and the latest methods for managing compliance with climate, air quality, solid waste, and discharge water quality requirements for fossil-fired power plants, while implementing new technologies and environmental controls.

With a 20-year history, this conference has adapted as the industry’s demands and key interests have changed, switching its focus from advancements in emissions control technologies towards environmental and energy policy, renewable energy sources, and transformative projects.

Share your knowledge and become a presenter! The conference committee is seeking presentations that address the various issues the industry is currently facing, including:

  • Greenhouse Gas Emissions Controls and Management
  • Energy Technology Issues
  • Air Pollution Controls and Issues for Coal- and Gas-Fired Generation
  • Effluent and Byproduct Management
  • Clean Water Issues
  • Permitting, Siting and Decommissioning
  • Renewables, Storage and Electrification

See the Call for Presentations for full details and submit your work by July 23, 2021.

Make your plans and register today!  The conference will be valuable to power company managers, engineers, and plant operators in the US and abroad; environmental researchers, managers, and engineers; control equipment, chemical, measurements, and technology suppliers; consulting engineers; early career industry professionals; and government agency managers and staff.

 

 

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