We spoke with the Waste360 40 Under 40 recipient about what drew him to the waste and recycling industry and some of his responsibilities as regional manager of the field services division.
Entrepreneurs in the industry are developing new methods aimed at cutting costs and increasing effectiveness upon traditional methods.
The EPA has identified several contaminants in monitoring wells outside the landfill.
The evolving ton is affecting landfill operations.
Green Ridge Neighborhood Association is claiming that the Sewer Authority of the City of Scranton improperly changed a landfill permit in 2015.
The plan includes installing three more water-monitoring wells and conducting geophysical surveys to detect moisture in soil in the contaminated area.
Evolving innovations—specifically in synthetic liner technology—will potentially radically change the disposal industry landscape.
The leachate is coming from a 5.8-acre section of the landfill and is running through a leachate collection system at a rate ranging from 30 to 100 gallons per day per acre.
Here is what you need to know about the situation in Missouri.