WasteAdvantage magazine recently published an article composed by John P. Swenson. The article, "How to Lead in Landfill Design” explains the paradigm shift necessary in any landfill expansion by eMSE berm implementation. Click to read the full article.
Magazine article; “Why You Should Consider Including Encapsulated Mechanically Stabilized Earthen (eMSE) Berms in Landfill Expansions”
WasteAdvantage magazine recently published an article composed by John P. Swenson and Jeff Crate. The article, "Why You Should Consider Including Encapsulated Mechanically Stabilized Earthen (eMSE) Berms in Landfill Expansions” explains best practices in any landfill expansion by eMSE berm implementation. Click to read the full article.
Ash at Work, a magazine produced by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA), recently published an article composed by EnCAP-IT’s John P. Swenson. The article, Functional Value of Coal Combustion Products for eMSE Structures explains the value created by beneficial reuse of CCPs. Click to read the full article.
“It will cost too much money to properly store coal ash.” What if a tool could be used to support the ever-tightening budgets? What if there was a tool that would cost LESS than the traditional methods? What if I told you this tool already exists? EnCAP-IT Solutions has tools that flexibly respond to [...]
“It will take us a decade to construct the proposed landfill.” What if time could work in your favor when closing your CCR unit? What if there was a solution that established timeframe as a key metric when closing your CCR unit? What if that solution could flexibly respond to the “unknown” challenges of [...]
“There is not enough space to build the landfill, therefore we have to rezone more land for disposal.” How many times have you heard or even said this when it came to closing a CCR unit? What if there was a tool that would make this statement no longer true? What if I told [...]
During an episode of “The West Wing,” President Bartlet said at different points to Charlie and Sam to “see the whole board.” In the first instance, he referred to a real chessboard. In the second, the deployment of naval resources around the globe. In both cases, he was pushing his staff to step back [...]
When does it pay to do more than the minimum? In a previous blog, I discussed the importance of doing more than the minimum requirements stated in regulatory documents. From an environmental standpoint, it always pays off to go the extra mile. Financially, applying additional safeguards can be expensive. Additionally, the current regulatory framework does [...]
Project Costs Matter. It is hard to believe that the massive push for CCR Environmental Management reform is all about the mighty dollar, but it is. Current arguments of this almost 12-year stakeholder battle have transcended to cost recovery, and who will pay for the CCR deposition methods. Like this wasn’t in the [...]
It is usually around 4th Grade when kids start to notice the grades sent home on report cards. These written in ink letters share a performance level on daily lessons, homework, and tests. It takes half a second to learn that the lower the grade, the more work a kid needs to do to [...]