Waste To Landfill services in Maine

  • Solid Waste

    Weston & Sampson is among the region’s most active firms in solid waste engineering.

    By Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc. Office in MAINE (USA).

  • Landfill Gas‐to‐Energy Design and Support Services

    Concerns over the effects of climate change have spurred actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The most common GHG is carbon dioxide (C02), which is a by-product of fuel combustion; however, another prominent GHG is methane, which comes from the decay of material, for example, waste within a landfill. Methane is particularly ...

    By Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Office in Portland, MAINE (USA). from Energy Service line

  • Soil Management Services

    Charter is a recognized leader in managing a full range of regulated soils as well as other waste types including sediments, sludge’s, debris, drums and bulk liquids. Transportation, disposal or recycling of contaminated wastes, can result in significant risk and liabilities to generators and project owners if not managed properly. Charter ...

    By Charter Environmental, Inc. Office in Eliot, MAINE (USA).

  • Scrap Tire Recycling

    Once the truck loaded with scrap tires arrive at the site, the truck is then weighed at the scales. The truck proceeds to the BDS processing facility where the tires are unloaded manually or via a walking floor trailer. The empty truck proceeds back to the scales where the tire weight is calculated and the weight slip is generated. Once unloaded ...

    By BDS Waste Disposal Inc based in Detroit, MAINE (USA).

  • Biogas Bioenergy

    The capability to produce biologically-based energy provides the means of shifting emphasis from fossil-based to carbon-neutral fuel. Within the farming sector this can improve stability and increase diversity.

    By Woods End Laboratories, Inc. based in Mt Vernon, MAINE (USA).

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