5,000 Drum per Month Non-hazardous Chemical Waste Transfer Station, North Chicago, Illinois. The facility receives drummed liquid and solid non-hazardous, industrialwastes and consolidates compatible materials for bulk shipment to thermal destruction. The design included waste receiving, storage, and processing facilities.

Pease Air Force Base, Massachusetts. Successfully developed the technical rational to enable the State of Massachusetts and USEPA to approve minimally invasive closure for three of the six landfills at the base.

Landfill closure and design of wetland system to polish stormwater and treated leachates, Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority, Lancaster County Pennsylvania.

City of New York, Department of Sanitation. Minimizing litter in the waters adjacent to the marine transfer station and barge unloading facilities for Fresh Kills Landfill as the Department of Sanitation’s Marine Operations Consultant. These measures included modifying crane buckets, tipping floor operations, and solid waste processing equipment (compactors, use of intermodal containers, balers, etc.) One significant measure evaluated was the development of intermodal transfer from the marine transfer stations to the Fresh Kills landfill or landfills outside of New York City.

Performed geological investigations of abandoned clay mine to determine the suitability of the site for use as a landfill. This site, in Saginaw, Michigan, had filled with stormwater and the geological borings were done in the dead of winter, enabling drilling rigs to go out on the ice surface to obtain samples of geologic materials throughout the site.

Upgraded and expanded a 5-acre landfill in Lapeer, Michigan, to a state-of-art facility of 80-acres. The design included liner and leachate collection systems, a piggy-back expansion, and groundwater monitoring system upgrades.

Successfully designed and permitted the first land-based, municipal co-disposal facility in the nation for PCB and municipal solid wastes at the John Sexton Sand and Gravel Corp. Landfill, Des Plaines, IL.

Performed a hydrogeological evaluation of a clay pit in Saginaw County. The evaluation included the preparation of a permit to remove 28,000,000 gallons of surface water from the pit, and the defense the Dewatering Permit before the Michigan Environmental Hearing Board.

Eastmont Sanitary Landfill, Wenatchee, WA. During the development of the operations plan it was discovered that the landfill had not been originally permitted with the State of Washington. The permitting was undertaken as a part of the operations plan development and a design was developed to enable permitting under the revised Washington regulations.

Above-grade Hazardous Waste Landfill, Beecher Development Corp. The hazardous waste landfill, along with a municipal waste landfill, was to be an "anchor" for an industrial park. The above grade design enabled visual monitoring of leachate generation and recovery.

300,000 GPD Hazardous Waste Treatment Complex for John Sexton Contractors, Hillside, Illinois. The facility would receive bulk liquid wastes and, using waste-to-waste processing and Sequencing Batch Reactor technology, treat the wastes to contaminant levels suitable for discharge to sewer.

300 TPD Static Pile Compost Facility for yard wastes, landscape wastes, and municipal leaf collection wastes.

Drinking Water turbidity Removal.

Anerobic digester design for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility

Groundwater Recharge