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Notice of Project: Union County Sanitary Landfill Stormwater Improvements and Final Cover Repairs

TO: BiddersFROM: Prairie Solid Waste AgencyCONTACT: Matthew Corry, P.E.March 24, 2021 - This project is for the repair of the ...
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Spring Landfill Tips

Tips to Prepare your Landfill for a Better Spring

COMMUNICATION Have working hours or personnel changed at your site due to the ongoing pandemic? Now is a good time ...
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Landfill Safety

Safety Tips for the Waste Industry

The Solid Waste Association of North American (SWANA) safety initiatives include providing waste industry professionals resources to create positive safety ...
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Landfill Compactor

Fall & Winter Tips for Open and Closed Landfills

WINTER IS ON THE WAY – TAKE COVER!Wet soils with high silt and clay content can be difficult to work ...
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#wheredoyouEvora- Part 2!

We’re back with Part 2 of our #wheredoyouEvora campaign featuring a few of our field staff! The members of our ...
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Welcome to Evora Group

This summer, Barker Lemar is proud to be celebrating 25 years of serving the Solid Waste, Environmental, and Petroleum industries.  ...
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You need an environmental driller. Now what?

Whether you need to monitor the soil and groundwater on a site, install a new well, or abandon an existing ...
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Drive Results with Improved Landfill Compaction

Increasing waste compaction densities is critical for waste facilities to extend their disposal capacities, delay costs associated with expansion and, ...
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Iowa Landfill Operator Certification Renewal Update

As you may have already seen, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) sent out a clarification regarding 2020 landfill ...
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New Standards Established for use of PCS as Alternative Daily Cover

In early 2020, Evora Consulting worked with several landfill clients and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to review ...
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