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Landfill Leachate Treatment Specialists

Finding a better way

Innovation and creative thinking have led to new options for the management of leachate and industrial wastewater streams through the use of NATURAL SYSTEMS such as phytoremediation (phyto-utilization) and engineered wetlands. Phyto-utilization systems use specifically selected, fast-growing plants that have a great demand for moisture and nutrients (contaminants in leachate) utilize (consume) leachate on-site as a resource in a plant-based system rather than hauling away and disposing as a waste, often resulting in a ‘zero-discharge’ system. To LEARN more about this technology click the link below.

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Case Studies

Our team has extensive experience with landfill leachate treatment projects nationwide. Our case studies showcase significant costs savings and environmental benefits for our clients. To SEE what these systems look like, click below

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  • We are planning to evaluate this technology for numerous other landfills and expect the industry as a whole to embrace this new leachate utilization tool.

    Midwest Area Environmental Manager, Republic Services

  • The (phytoremediation) system has the potential to be a game changer for leachate management.

    Senior Corporate Manager of Engineering, Republic Services

  • “Phytoremediation (or Phyto-Irrigation) should be seriously considered by any landfill operation that is contemplating alternative methods for reducing it’s carbon footprint while cost-effectively managing leachate volumes.”

    Landfill Operations Manager, Top 5 US Company

  • “I think this is great for the company and I think we’re going to be looking at doing a lot more of these projects in the future.”

    Hydrogeology Manager, Republic Services

  • “The phytoremediation leachate treatment system at our landfill has allowed us to treat (utilize) 100% of the leachate that used to be trucked off site. This resulted in a "green" way to treat our leachate with a huge savings for our company as an added bonus”

    Environmental Manager, Republic Services

  • It has been a real pleasure to work side by side with you the past several years. I hope that our paths cross soon for another successful, innovative project.

    Ben Dabadie, Chemical Waste Management, Inc.

Leachate Management Specialists News

LMS Newsletter, Issue 1 March 2015

We’re pleased to announce that the first edition of our LMS Newsletter is now available.

Through this occasional publication we will share technical information related to leachate and industrial wastewater management including technological advancements, new trends, relevant articles, and we will provide updates that may be of interest to you and your business.

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BORON is BAD for PHYTO-UTILIZATION SYSTEMS….or, at least it USED to be!

Leachate Treatment with Hybrid Poplar | Leachate Management Specialists

Boron has always been a potential ‘Fatal Flaw’ when it comes to phytoremediation projects because it has a very narrow acceptable range as a plant nutrient, and excess is very difficult to remove. However, through a creative, interdisciplinary approach, Leachate Management Specialists (LMS) has developed an efficient and cost-effective removal process that has effectively eliminated boron as a fatal flaw of the technology.

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Granley wins award at SWANA GA Conference

2014 GA SWANA Buzzard Shoot Trophy-1

Leachate Management Specialists Senior Associate Brad Granley has won an award at a recent SWANA conference in Georgia. Unlike previous awards for engineering excellence and innovation in the use of phytoremediation technology for the treatment and disposal of landfill leachate, this award was for the annual ‘Buzzard Shoot’!

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