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Seep Repair

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LMS recently completed a seep repair project at a closed landfill in the Gulf Coast using vetiver grass.  Seep breakouts and slope instability can become a headache for any landfill or dump facility.  An effective method for preventing and repairing these problems is using plants and trees to secure the soil layer in place and […]

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Direct PFAS Removal of Untreated Leachate

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In partnership with The Water and Carbon Group (WCG) based in Australia, LMS is providing the United States solid waste market with The LEEF System®, a multiple-step foam fractionation and solar distillation process to directly remove PFAS compounds from hard-to-treat leachate and wastewater.  The proprietary multi-step system delivers a unique and proven PFAS solution centered […]

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Presenting Natural Systems at the GWMS

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In February, Brad Granley presented nature-based on-site leachate solutions at the Global Waste Management Symposium in California held by Waste360 and EREF.  His presentation was titled, “No – I’m Breaking Up With You! Leaving Your WWTP Relationship Before They Cut You Off – Data-Driven Validation of Newer Technologies for On-Site Leachate Disposal.”

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LMS Conference Presentations

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In November, Brad Granley from LMS presented at both the Colorado and Georgia SWANA conferences. In CO, he discussed how a landfill was at risk of getting cut off from a WWTP because of H2S odors in its leachate, so they teamed up with LMS to quickly find a solution and reestablish its WWTP relationship. […]

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WAIV Pilot Testing Across the Country

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LMS has built a mobile pilot system for its WAIV wind evaporation technology to test in different climates and with different wastewaters. Testing locations have included a brackish water facility in New Mexico and a municipal waste landfill in Louisiana.  If you are interested in testing the technology at your site, contact us today!

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New Constructed Wetland Using Waste Tires in the Bahamas

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Recently, LMS and Sanitation Services completed the installation of a unique constructed wetland treatment system at a landfill in the Bahamas. The wetland system consists of a three-stage process flow with an aerated nitrification zone for ammonia removal. To ensure long-term operation and protection against extreme weather events, key innovative design techniques were applied, including […]