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HSA Golden | Solid Waste, Environmental, and Engineering Consultants
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Environmental engineers are called upon to design facilities that transform landfill gas (LFG) into energy in a process that also significantly reduces methane emissions. #EnvironmentalEngineers #Landfill #FloridaEngineering

http://hsagolden.com/benefits-of-landfill-gas-energy-projects/
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Engineers have discovered that drones – known technically as Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – can make the painstaking task of performing survey work faster and easier. While drone aerial photography has been around for a while, topographic surveys using drones is an emerging and fast-growing technology. Click for more...
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Saint Petersburg becomes the first Florida city, and 20th, U.S. city to commit to 100% clean, renewable energy!
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the final rules landfills...
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Leachate generation poses a serious threat to surface and groundwater. Here is what you need to know...
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Are you looking for environmental professionals dedicated to helping you with environmental engineering and waste management needs? Read about HSA Golden’s landfill engineering projects here http://www.hsagolden.com/success-stories/landfill-engineering/.
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One person’s trash is another person’s income. “Trash banking” is gaining popularity around the world: Residents bring recyclables that are weighed for value, and in exchange, they can withdraw or deposit money from bank accounts. http://www.wastedive.com/news/trash-banking-takes-off-around-the-world/419294/
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City of Orlando offers free composters to City of Orlando residents. Claim yours here http://www.cityoforlando.net/solidwaste/ For more environmental solutions in Florida contact http://www.hsagolden.com/.
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Did you know that the average person in the United States generates around 4.5 pounds of waste every single day? Now, multiply that by around 300 million people and you may have a better understanding of why garbage has become a serious problem in this country. Recycling is a family activity. Click here to find out more information on how you can recycle as a family:
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