SCS LFG Migration and Emission Control System Operation, Monitoring, and Maintenance (OM&M)
Typical Tasks Performed:
- Monitoring of wells and probes to assess control system effectiveness
- Report preparation
- Monitoring and adjustment of control system components, including extraction well valving, pump station valving, etc.
- Balancing of well-field flow and vacuum distribution for optimal migration, odor, and/or air emissions control
- Maintenance and repair of control system components, including extraction blowers, candle and enclosed flares, flame arrestors, collection wells, headers, condensate drains, monitoring wells, automatic gas detection systems, etc.
- Flare stack sampling and analyses of emissions
- Maintenance of site grades to prevent ponding of rain and irrigation runoff
- Data management
Once construction and start-up of an LFG control system has been completed, SCS provides all necessary operation, monitoring, and maintenance services.
Typical LFG control system operation monitoring and maintenance projects include the following:
OM&M Oversight and Troubleshooting for an LFG Extraction/Flaring System and for an Odor Control System, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Monitoring, Adjustment, Maintenance, and Reporting for Six-Screen Drive-In Theater Protection Facilities (50 LFG collection wells) and Truck Sales and Service Center Protection Facilities (14 LFG collection wells), Carson, California.
Monitoring, Adjustment, Maintenance, and Reporting for Protection Facilities (43 LFG collection wells), Mission Avenue Landfill, Oceanside, California.
Monitoring and Reporting of Passive LFG Ventilation/Membrane Protection Systems, including Alpine Village Inn and Market, Torrance, California; Hyundai Office Park, Gardena, California; Goodyear Airship Operations, Gardena, California; and Bixby Market Place, Long Beach, California.
Collection Header Replacement, Penrose Sanitary Landfill (20 LFG collection wells), Sun Valley, California.
OM&M for Air Injection and Methane Sensor/Ventilation Systems, I‑95 Landfill (64 air injection wells), Lorton, Virginia.