Landfill, Landfill Gas, and Transfer Station Services Seminole County, Florida
- Landfill and Landfill Gas-related permitting, design, services during construction and operational assistance
- Transfer Station permitting and improvements
- Recycling Assistance
S2Li senior staff have assisted Seminole County in addressing its solid waste challenges since the mid-1980’s, and the County became one of S2Li’s first clients upon the firm’s formation in 1997. The Osceola Road Landfill has been providing the County with disposal capacity since the 1970s, and S2Li’s innovative design allows for continuance of site operations for decades to come. In addition to disposal operations, the site includes a landfill gas to energy facility, construction and demolition debris recycling facility, white goods management area, yard waste composting area, small vehicle drop-off area, used oil recycling area, borrow area, and integrated stormwater management facilities, all of which were developed with the assistance of S2Li’s senior staff. The entrance road and trailer parking area were both upgraded and improved in accordance with S2Li’s designs. The landfill gas management system was originally implemented with the assistance of S2Li senior staff, and the firm is now providing permitting, design, and operational assistance for this system. S2Li has also assisted the County in the cessation of regulatory requirements for two closed Class I landfill sites within the County. S2Li also assisted the County in developing its yard waste management program in consideration of both economics and carbon footprint impacts.
S2Li’s design improvements for the transfer facility include replacement of lighting for both the transfer station floor and household hazardous waste drop-off area, structural repairs, and electrical upgrades.
The County utilizes a two-bin system for the collection of recyclables, transferring collected recyclables through it’s the Central Transfer facility. S2Li has assisted the County in the management of its recyclables through performance of a composition study, in negotiations with proposed recycling materials vendors, and in the preparation and submission of annual reports to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.