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Biogas and Cogeneration

Biogas and Cogeneration

Biogas has been quietly serving as a fuel for combined heat and power (a.k.a. cogeneration) plants and as a revenue generator for waste treatment facilities, landfills, and dairies for some time, mainly in Europe. But it is becoming more popular here in the US as municipalities and utilities seek out

180 Dump Trucks

180 Dump Trucks

According to WUNC public radio, Duke Energy spokeswoman Paige Sheehan says heavy rains from Florence caused a slope to collapse at a coal ash landfill near the North Carolina coast. The breach displaced about 2,000 cubic yards of ash. That’s enough ash to fill about 180 dump trucks.

Officials are still

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DOOSAN
Operators who work in a variety of scrap-handling applications, including scrap yards, recycling facilities, solid waste centers, and transfer stations, will appreciate the new Doosan DX225MH-5 material handler.

The durable, Tier 4-compliant DX225MH-5 material handler is designed for a long life with a sturdy steel-track undercarriage and features enhancements in fuel

Project Profile: Open vs. Franchised Collection Systems

Project Profile: Open vs. Franchised Collection Systems

What do New York City, NY; Reno, NV; St. Paul, MN; and Springfield, MO, all have in common?

No, this isn’t the opening line of a joke.

On the surface, these cities are vastly different. But these cities all have at least one common issue they are trying to improve: the way

SWANA News

SWANA News

SWANA Launches Hauler Safety Toolkit
 

RESOURCES DEVELOPED TO PROVIDE SAFETY MESSAGES DIRECTLY TO HAULERS
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) has launched a Hauler Safety Toolkit to be handed out to solid waste haulers throughout North America, to ensure that safety resources are available to companies and municipalities of all sizes.

The

Highly Efficient

Highly Efficient

As waste composition changes with the times and as labor shortages continue and political considerations ebb and flow, efficiencies in and between the transfer station and materials recovery facility (MRF) become more critical.

Designing for the Future

Designing for the Future

Landfill gas collection and control system (GCCS) optimization works well to achieve both compliance and maximum recovery since the practice focuses on understanding various elements affecting production and recovery of landfill gas (LFG) and conditions under which these activities take place. LFG extraction engineering best practices in landfill GCCS operation,

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