Transfer Station Design Considerations
• 04/10/2017 • Edit
Dear Solid Waste Professional,
It is very important to design a transfer station to meet your current and future needs. The changing environment of the waste industry will play a role in how waste is processed and its final destination. Transfer Stations are one of the best ways to manage your operational costs, which help you to stay competitive in your local market.
Our friends at Cambridge Companies have provided this white paper to show how a transfer stations can be affected by many factors and what should be taken into consideration during the design phase.
While reading this white paper, you will:
- Discover the most efficient short- and long-term throughput requirement, including material types and separation requirements
- Explore a transfer station’s site location, size, and layout considerations for the best design of your company’s transfer station as well as neighboring properties
- Learn about obtaining Operational Permits that may be required from your permitting authority
- Read about the differences between Owner’s operational preferences
Have you ever wondered about:
- Key considerations for the permitting consultant to ensure all the bases are covered?
- How to prevent “Not In My Back Yard” or N.I.M.B.Y. troubles that can affect your transfer station from the start?
- How to make the right operational decisions and get input from stakeholders before costly construction is started?
If any of these questions intrigue you or you have unanswered questions about designing a transfer station, download this FREE white paper now, before your attention turns to other matters.
This white paper, written by in-the-field experts with experience designing and building more than 100 solid waste projects, is FREE. Read it now by downloading it HERE.
Publisher of MSW Management
P.S. This white paper is exclusive to MSW Management readers.