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Archive for November, 2012

28 November 2012

Keeping tabs on solid waste regulators – two changes that will affect the NY industry

I find that the annual New York State Association for Solid Waste Managers (NYSASWM) conference in Lake Placid is a great place to keep tabs on the regulatory climate and goings-on in New York State. It draws a really good cross-section of regulators, landfill operators, and consultants, and always has interesting discussions. This year, I…

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Categories: Environmental Planning & Compliance, Solid Waste
Posted By Robert A. Holmes, PE at 3:29 PM  |  2 Comments on Keeping tabs on solid waste regulators – two changes that will affect the NY industry

7 November 2012

Q&A: Let’s install it once – using caisson wells to minimize cost of re-drilling in active fill areas

Operating GCCS components in active fill areas poses one of the biggest challenges for maintaining the GCCS. You often end up destroying collectors in active disposal areas. You also may overfill and crush header pipelines, and end up having to repeatedly replace extraction wells and header pipelines. What a waste! Here are my thoughts on…

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Categories: Biogas and Landfill Gas, Solid Waste
Posted By Kyung Kho, PE at 5:05 PM  |  2 Comments on Q&A: Let’s install it once – using caisson wells to minimize cost of re-drilling in active fill areas