Although many environmental organizations state or are under the impression that they are utilizing Best Use Practices, but in reality, they are not.
The debate over landfills and landfill expansions has gone on for decades and will continue well into the future. The opponents argue that landfills are unsafe, unhealthy and a public nuisance and the waste management companies argue that the opponents are wrong because they utilize Best Use Practices rendering landfills necessary and safe.
It is tough to figure out who is right and who is wrong. Neither side is completely wrong or completely right. Logically, if your waste management company is not utilizing Best Use Practices then it can mean that the landfill in question is not safe, is a health hazard and a nuisance.
Best Use Practices in the waste industry extends beyond operations and should be used in determining expansion methods. The key to accomplish this is always searching for Best Use Practices even if you are on a traditional expansion path.
When does an organization stop utilizing Best Use Practices ….. the moment the organization stopped looking for strategy improvement.
EXPANSION BEST USE PRACTICES
Here at EnCAP-IT we specialize in Encapsulated Mechanically Stabilized Earthen (eMSE) Structures …. And why do we do what we do?