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Anson Landfill
Responsible Waste Diversion and Disposal

Environmental and Business Leadership

Anson Landfill is committed to being a good neighbor to the residents of Anson County. As such, we take great care to reduce impacts to the community. All employees at Anson Landfill are trained to handle incoming waste in the most environmentally responsible manner. At the end of each workday, waste is always covered to minimize odor.

Anson Landfill's parent company, Waste Connections, recognizes the importance of and commits to minimizing impacts on the environment, investing in employees, and expanding positive impacts on the communities we serve. Waste Connections views sustainability as an integral part of the business. In 2020, we introduced fifteen-year sustainability targets, including generating additional offsets to emissions, increasing resources recovery, and continuing to improve our safety record, voluntary turnover, and Servant Leadership scores. Click here to view the Sustainability Plan.

2022 Environmental Initiatives:

• Expand GCCS wellfield

• Procure methane monitoring drone for periodic use on site

• License Waste Connections personnel for drone use

• Update landfill website to communicate upcoming projects to stakeholders

• Implement Odor Management Plan

• Complete GCCS design for future landfill expansion projects

• Initiate design of renewable natural gas plant

Ongoing Environmental Measures:

• Perform monthly monitoring and maintenance on existing landfill gas wells

• Participate in Citizens' Advisory Committee to engage residents of Anson County

• Complete offsite odor surveillance (every business day)

• Monitor leachate aeration basin and waste container storage areas for odors (every business day)

• Maintain onsite weather station ​ to assist with odor log evaluations

• Clean and/or treat odiferous waste streams and notify site personnel at the unloading area to apply cover promptly

• Sequence loads to ensure odorous loads are buried immediately

• Minimize size of the landfill's working face

• Inspect intermediate cover (weekly)

• Perform surface emissions monitoring and remediate issues, as applicable (semi-annually)

• Perform detailed inspection of daily and intermediate cover (bi-monthly)

Recent Activities:

• Developed Odor Management Plan and completed submission to NCDEQ for review

• Hired third party consultant to evaluate landfill gas collection and control system (GCCS)

• Initiated corrective actions resulting from GCCS evaluation

• Monitored for fugitive methane emissions via drone

• Implemented corrective actions resulting from methane monitoring

• Engaged odor control vendors to mitigate odors from leachate basin and landfill

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