SCS Engineers (SCS) working with the City of San Diego has designed and constructed a covered aerated static pile (ASP) composting system at the Miramar Landfill Complex.
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In September the City of Bangor, Maine will formally move over to a new arrangement in which residents will throw all of their recycling in with their trash, leaving the mixed waste to be picked up from the curbside every week, as currently happens with trash.
SCS Engineers recently named Vita Quinn, MBA as their National Expert on Solid Waste Finance and Rate Studies. Ms. Quinn came to SCS with 12 years of experience as a financial analyst and management consultant. She works out of Jacksonville, Florida leading the national economic integration team at the firm.
SCS Engineers, based out of Long Beach, California, hired as the Independent Engineer and Construction Monitor by Fiberight LLC, recently submitted the due diligence report supporting the construction of an advanced materials recovery and processing facility (MRF) in Hampden, Maine.
Material recovery facilities (MRFs) are seeing many challenges that directly impact operations. Some of these challenges include: new recycled material quality standards from China, the ratcheting up of voluntary and mandatory local and state recycling goals, lower tolerance for worker injury, increasing volumes and a changing waste stream, disposal bans on organics in landfills, and high demand from emerging energy markets for organics.
SCS Engineers Assists the County of Santa Clara with Compost Processing Capacity and Organics Diversion Study
SCS Engineers has been retained by the County of Santa Clara to study the County’s capacity to process compost and divert organic material. The County has a strong commitment to forward-thinking waste diversion and recycling; with progressive programs already in place such as sustainable gardening, composting education, household and small business hazardous waste, green business certification programs, and more.
Marc Rogoff, PhD, SCS Engineers-Tampa Project Director, has co-authored a new textbook on Waste-to-Energy (WTE) with Francois Screve, entitled, Waste-to-Energy, Second Edition: Technologies and Project Implementation. Published by Elsevier, a leading international publishing company, this book is a major revision of the earlier edition, initially published in 1987.