Solid Waste

Representative Projects
Solid Waste

Whether you require assistance with handling and disposal options for a special waste or the siting and permitting of an industrial landfill, TriAD can guide you through the regulations or design and permit your waste disposal facility. TriAD personnel worked with U.S. EPA and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation in the early 1980s to formulate the Tennessee Division of Solid Waste Management, Chapter 1200 solid waste management regulations. Over the past 25 years, TriAD personnel have gained experience in implementing these requirements for numerous industrial, commercial, and governmental entities.

Our personnel have also prepared solid waste management plans and explored recycling options for military facilities worldwide. This process includes onsite waste characterization and generation estimates, identification of potential material reuse and recycling markets, and design of waste collection and sorting systems.

If reuse or recycling of your waste is not feasible, we have extensive experience in landfill design and permitting Class I, II, III, and IV facilities. This process begins with the identification and geologic evaluation of the most suitable disposal location. After onsite characterization of the geologic and hydrogeologic properties, evaluation of the physical site data and chemical nature of your waste will be conducted to determine the most cost-effective, environmentally-protective liner system. Our services extend beyond investigation and design, to permit document preparation, public hearing participation, and construction quality assurance monitoring during landfill development.

During operation, we can further assist you with sediment and erosion control planning, storm water monitoring, gas monitoring, spill prevention plan development, leachate management, and associated reporting requirements.

Representative Projects

TriAD Environmental Consultants
(615) 889-6888
207 Donelson Pike Ste 200
Nashville, TN 37214