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Landfill Leachate Treatment Specialists

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Phytoremediation systems use specifically selected, fast-growing plants that have a great demand for nutrients and moisture, making the technology a natural fit to utilize (consume) leachate on-site as a resource in a plant-based system rather than hauling away and disposing as a waste. To LEARN more about this technology click the link below.

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We have helped save millions of dollars on landfill leachate treatment costs for clients nationwide. Use our quick calculator to estimate how much you can SAVE and request a more detailed report for your project.

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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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Testimonials next prev

  • 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

Leachate Management Specialists News

LMS at Alabama SWANA Conference

The Leachate Management Specialists team will be attending the Alabama SWANA conference from Nov 5th-Nov 7th. If you are going to the conference please get in touch. We look forward to seeing you there. The Alabama Chapter of SWANA hosts two annual conferences a year (one in the spring, one

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People on the move – Denver Post

Denver Post | Leachate Management | Brad Granley

The Denver Post has named Leachate Management Specialists Senior Consultant, Brad Granley in their ‘People on the Move’ Section. The section in the business pages of the paper looks to highlight people who are making waves in their profession. The paper cites Granley’s groundbreaking work on a leachate disposal project

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