enitial odour assessment case study
The Challenge enitial has been working with Viridor to undertake odour assessments in order to meet regulatory requirements and to help identify and mitigate any potential adverse effects that may arise from their operations. Additional odour management services are offered at four IVC facilities in relation to the maintenance and functional testing of biofilter systems Read the full article.
enitial maps surface emissions
The Challenge It’s vital that landfill site operators monitor emissions of gas from their sites to rectify any potential issues. Otherwise, they may breach permit conditions set by the Environment Agency (EA) and generate complaints from members of the public which may result in prosecution and hefty fines. The Solution Environmental monitoring specialist enitial conducts Read the full article.
Infrastructure and aftercare management of former landfill sites
Introduction Environmental monitoring specialist enitial was appointed by Amec, a multinational engineering company, to help achieve the definitive closure of its former landfill site (Rye Loaf in West Yorkshire). The experts at enitial applied their technical expertise to provide a cost effective solution, manage the project efficiently and achieve the desired result ahead of schedule. Read the full article.
Supporting FCC Environment monitoring activities
Introduction Environmental monitoring specialist enitial has delivered a number of supplementary monitoring projects for leading recycling and waste management company FCC Environment’s landfill sites since 2012. enitial also helped FCC Environment train its new technicians when the company created an environmental monitoring team after outsourcing this work for many years The challenge enitial provides a Read the full article.
Viridor’s Environmental Monitoring
Waste Planning – Technology to control Leachate
Landfill is no longer the first choice for waste disposal but there are still sites in the UK generating leachate. However, energy efficient pumps and digital tools can help minimise its impact, Dan Higgins reports.