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SCS Engineers Announces SCS MobileTools Wireless Data Transfer App for Landfill Flares

SCS Engineers announces the release of its iOS and Android application SCS WDT for wireless data transfer of landfill flare readings to mobile devices. The app expands the power of SCS MobileTools to observe system and environmental activity securely and in real-time.

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Today’s landfill gas flares collect data using a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. The flare’s SCADA system records data at preset intervals generating hundreds of thousands of readings to process and analyze. Often data is stored on a data card at the flare site. A technician collects the data by transcribing it into a log or digitally reading it, then transferring the reading to a computer. The data is then uploaded into the landfill’s database for analysis and reporting.

The process, with its multiple steps, is slow and open to human error. SCS WDT digitally collects flare readings directly into a mobile device and into SCS DataServices in seconds, reducing human error and multiple steps. The app’s interface provides secure access to information that drives critical operating decisions and collects historical data for trends, corporate directives, and landfill gas OM&M programs.

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Landfill managers and environmental engineers can monitor their flares in real-time, seeing exceedances immediately. SCS WDT uses GPS to capture the exact physical location of flares and place the data into the appropriate landfill’s site location too. Flare readings are available, literally in seconds, for review, analysis, and corrective action if needed. Pilot testing at 30 landfills nationwide demonstrates that SCS WDT saves time and errors by removing extra steps and people in the progression; there is no need to wait until the end of a technician’s shift to transfer readings or have extra hands in the process.

SCS DataServices, a secure web-based landfill gas management application, is part of the SCSeTools platform in use on hundreds of landfills backed by over 50 years of landfill design, operation, and maintenance experience. SCS Engineers understands how unique landfill operations are today, so SCS WDT works as a standalone app with other platforms or is free to SCSeTools users.

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