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Saufley Landfill Rainfall Event

October 10th, 2013|News/Blog|

On June 9, 2013 Saufley Field Road C&D Landfill experienced a rain event of an estimated 4.5 inches/hour for approximately one (1) hour.  The facility experienced some minor rilling as shown in the first photograph to the right. The aforementioned rain event was above the design standard of 4.0 inches/hour that is utilized for the design of [...]

ClosureTurf™ Goes Solar

October 8th, 2013|News/Blog|

The nature of the ClosureTurf™ System is that it provides an excellent environment for generating renewable energy through the incorporation of solar panel arrays.  The ClosureTurf™ geosynthetic cover system enables panels to operate in a clean setting free of dust, grass clippings, and potential damage from lawn mowing equipment providing a setting for the highest [...]

Tangipahoa Landfill Gets Facelift

October 7th, 2013|News/Blog|

WDSU News reporting on a two and a half million dollar project to cap a cell at the Tangipahoa landfill in Independence, LA. View the Tangipahoa Landfill Gets Facelift Video

ClosureTurf™ Concludes the Saufley Landfill Saga

October 7th, 2013|News/Blog|

A long-awaited solution restores health and safety for neighborhoods of Escambia County After inheriting the remains of Saufley Landfill, a 23-acre landfill known for its potential dangers and environmental hazards, the County of Escambia was challenged to eliminate several issues related to the official closing and capping of the site.   Opened in 1990 and closed [...]

A True Green Closure

May 9th, 2013|News/Blog|

As a response to numerous failures and poor performance of environmental closures at landfills, engineers have looked at new approaches to establish a more physically stable and environmentally sound solution. Traditional landfills require large amounts of soil for their construction, and many experience on-going erosion and sedimentation issues. Traditional covers are highly reliant on trucking soils, [...]

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Officially Closes Crazy Horse Canyon Landfill

May 1st, 2013|News/Blog|

RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY OFFICIALLY CLOSES CRAZY HORSE CANYON LANDFILL The Landfill Industry’s First Large-Scale Implementation of ClosureTurf™ June 24, 2013, Atlanta, GA-  Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority Board President Fernando Armenta, Alternate Vice President Jyl Lutes, Chief Administrator Officer Patrick Mathews and several other state and local dignitaries cut the ceremonial ribbon last week to [...]

ClosureTurf™ Landfills Recognized for Excellence by the Solid Waste Association of North America

May 1st, 2013|Awards, News/Blog|

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