September 14, 2017

Nick Yafrate Outlines Solutions for Elevated Temperature Landfills

In an interview with Waste360, Nick Yafrate (Massachusetts) outlines the challenges and solutions for hazardous elevated temperature landfills.

The interview discusses Nick's interests in his work, changes he has brought about, things he wishes his clients knew, advice he would give young person considering a career in the waste management industry, what he would like to see in terms of new regulations or behaviors for clients, and proactive monitoring of landfills.

Nick was recently named as one of Waste360's 40 Under 40 award recipients because of his experience working with more than a dozen elevated temperature landfills around the United States to install innovative new monitoring instruments and create long-term strategies for addressing potentially volatile landfill issues.

Waste360 servers more than 90,000 professionals worldwide and is the leading information, event, commerce and education provider to the solid waste, recycling, organics, and sustainable communities. They help connect industry professionals worldwide. Anchored by its flagship event, WasteExpo, and digital properties including Waste360.com, Waste360 continues to grow and evolve its resources to meet the needs of the industry.

More Information

Read the article at: Geosyntec's Yafrate Designs Solutions for Elevated Temperature Landfills
Learn about Waste360's 40 under 40: http://www.waste360.com/collection-and-transfer/presenting-2017-waste360-40-under-40
For consultation regarding elevated temperature landfills, contact Nick Yafrate at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Learn more about Nick at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholas-yafrate-phd-pe-18814b15/

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