Most landfills at one time or another have encountered problems with fill sequence, soil management, and capacity. The culprit? A lack of fill sequence and soil management planning.
Join Neal Bolton for the first session in our Airspace Management Master Class exploring how to develop and implement effective fill sequence and soil management plans designed to maximize your airspace and increase your landfill’s efficiency.
In this presentation, we’ll walk step-by-step through how to develop a fill sequence plan and soil management plan for your landfill. Within this discussion, we’ll take a look at the key components and considerations of fill sequence and soil management plans, and how to incorporate these in your projects. Bolton will discuss how you can design your fill sequence plan and drawings to optimize your landfill filling, budgeting, and major project scheduling. Additionally, Bolton will outline how to design your soil management plan to optimize your soil stockpiles, minimize double-handling, and push future capital costs (i.e., liner construction) as far into the future as practically possible. Finally, we’ll take a look at the fill sequence and soil management best practices through practical applications and examples, and how you can develop practical and effective sill sequence and soil management plans for a more efficient, productive operation.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Learn how to design a practical fill sequence plan
- Learn how to design an effective soil management plan
- Learn how to plan to optimize your short-term and long-term operations
- Gain the best practices for developing affordable, effective plans
Airspace Management Master Class Series
This is the first session in our 3-part Airspace Management Master Class exploring the latest techniques, innovations, and best practices for landfill airspace management, including: fill sequence and soil management planning; optimum cell design and configuration; and daily soil, cover, and compaction. This master class also saves you 20%! Click here if you’d like to attend the full 3-session series instead.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.