Landfill Design, Permitting & Monitoring Services
Balance the needs of landfill users and operators, adjacent communities, and regulators
Solid waste management involves complex interactions between public and private interests, including local landowners, commercial and industrial enterprises, and environmental regulators. We consider all aspects of a community’s solid waste management needs, including short-term and long-term aspects of collection, disposal capacity, recovered material management, and end-use opportunities, as well as public and commercial relations and financial considerations.
Safeguard human and environmental health
Our environmental team can provide landfill gas monitoring and periodic groundwater sampling to check for potential contamination indicators and comply with state and federal government rules, including EPA standards for gas emissions.
Transform former landfills into community amenities
As landfills mature, it is often necessary to close portions of the site. Our team can not only design landfill closure caps to meet regulatory minimums, but also develop landfill closure and post-closure strategies that allow for reuse of the closed landfill property in ways that benefit the local community. Properly closed landfills can be used for methane capture and reuse for energy production, repurposed for use as parks or recreation areas, or developed into solar energy collection fields.
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