Waste Management is SIMPLE but keeping it that way is the challenge

Waste management refers to the various schemes to manage and dispose of wastes. It can be by discarding, destroying, processing, recycling, reusing, or controlling wastes. The prime objective of waste management is to reduce the amount of unusable materials and to avert potential health and environmental hazards. As simple as that explanation sounds let’s [...]

By |2023-01-25T08:00:06-05:00January 25th, 2023|safeBERM, safeREUSE, safeSTORAGE|0 Comments

Coal Ash is a Waste, but it Doesn’t Have to be Wasted.

The main issue with coal ash across the country is proper storage. With decades of improper storage and a limited regulatory timeline to correct, Utilities are left trying to figure out how to properly store millions of tons of coal ash to allow for future beneficiation. Good news! The tools have already been developed: [...]

By |2022-12-16T09:10:32-05:00December 16th, 2022|safeBERM, safeREUSE, safeSTORAGE|0 Comments

Nothing is certain except for Death, Taxes & Waste

Despite recycling and Zero Waste initiatives across the county, the volume of waste generated hasn’t decreased to the point where we see reduced demand on airspace or an offset in the growing costs of proper disposal. So WASTE and LANDFILLS are a certainly for the foreseeable future. Zero Waste initiatives – where, ideally, 100% [...]

By |2022-11-11T08:27:24-05:00November 11th, 2022|safeBERM, safeREUSE, safeSTORAGE|0 Comments

Best Use Practices = Good Public Policy

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 [...]

By |2022-10-07T10:05:13-04:00October 7th, 2022|safeBERM, safeREUSE, safeSTORAGE|0 Comments

Coal Ash: Micro vs. Macro Approach

Improper labels can hamper the best solutions and could force Utilities into a Micro approach to a Macro problem. In public debate over the best disposition of legacy coal ash (CCR), the phrase “unencapsulated beneficial use” is used. However, “unencapsulated” solutions, such as mixing loose CCR into soil or spreading large quantities as fill [...]

By |2022-09-23T10:21:59-04:00September 23rd, 2022|safeBERM, safeSTORAGE|0 Comments
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