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Archive for October, 2013

23 October 2013

Stormwater – When is enough really enough?

Stormwater planning is one of those areas where you really are making a best estimation in your design.  Many localities have stormwater ordinances or requirements to guide your design process, and if you’re using municipal systems as your control system, you are bound to comply with their rules.  Rural locations, though, are less likely to…

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Categories: Environmental Planning & Compliance, Landfill Engineering and Design
Posted By Jennifer Bowyer, PE at 11:00 AM  |  2 Comments on Stormwater – When is enough really enough?

9 October 2013

New day, new challenges – condensate and sulfur treatment strategies respond to changing landfill dynamics

Today I would like to share some lessons learned (the hard way) from a project I recently worked on for the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority (CMCMUA) at the Cape May County Landfill, in Cape May County, NJ. New more stringent air regulations along with the selection of a new landfill gas to energy…

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Categories: Air Quality, Biogas and Landfill Gas, Environmental Planning & Compliance
Posted By Daryl O'Dell, PE, P Eng at 11:00 AM  |  No Comments on New day, new challenges – condensate and sulfur treatment strategies respond to changing landfill dynamics