Wastecon

June 5, 2024

Join SCS Engineers at WASTECON 2024 from October 21st – October 24th at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center! This premier event is the ultimate platform for leaders and engineers to come together, collaborate, and innovate towards a more sustainable future.

At WASTECON 2024, you’ll have the chance to connect with SCS Engineers at booth 801. Meet our team of experts and leaders who are at the forefront of advancing sustainable practices in waste management.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to bridge the gap between leadership and technology, accelerate transformative change, and gain valuable insights to better serve your stakeholders. Improve your organization and operations while enriching your career and those of your team members. Register today and be a part of the future of sustainability with SCS Engineers at WASTECON 2024. See you at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center!

Posted by Brianna Morgan at 10:06 am

October 29, 2021

swana wastecon 2021

We could not resist sharing this picture!

 

SWANA’s WASTECON® helps public sector solid waste leaders and their teams plan sustainable futures for their communities. The conference is curated especially for solid waste leaders to immerse themselves in the latest executive topics.

 

See you there!

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 12:44 pm

July 6, 2018

 

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See you in Nashville! SCS Engineers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 1:42 pm

September 14, 2017

These guys don’t want to miss Resource Management and Waste Diversion: Evaluating the Impact on Waste Management caused by the Changing Waste Stream Composition at WasteCon/ISWA 2017.

Solid waste management, and in particular sanitary landfilling, is being impacted by the waste composition evolution. One notable change is an overall decrease in tonnage. Reasons for the reduced quantity may be attributed to factors such as increased diversion of recyclables, increased diversion of vegetative organics, evolving diversion of food waste, changes to packaging, expansion of fresh organic foods lifestyle, expansion of fitness lifestyles, as well as other generational life choices.

Learn more about this topic and many others at the ISWA/WasteCon conference in Baltimore, MD.

Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:03 am