Solid-Waste

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Transfer Stations

Transfer-Stations

D&B successfully has conducted all aspects of transfer station feasibility evaluation, site selection, design, permitting, construction services, and operations contracting services.

D&B has developed construction, hauling, and disposal cost estimates to determine the economic feasibility of existing station modification versus construction of new transfer stations. These studies were conducted for transfer station capacities for municipal solid waste and recyclables ranging from 25 to 2,200 tons per day (tpd) capacity, including stations in rural, suburban and urban areas. D&B has prepared detailed engineering designs and specifications for both new stations and modifications to existing stations.

D&B Construction Management, Facility Start-Up, And Operations Services

D&B is familiar with various modes of waste hauling, including trucks, rail barges, conveyor and baler operations.

Activities include:

  • Waste handling and transfer systems
  • Drop-off areas
  • Transfer equipment (loaders, compactors, roll-offs, trailers, rail cars)
  • Structures
  • Scales
  • Scale houses

Design services for transfer stations and associated collection and drop-off areas:

  • Structural design
  • Electrical and mechanical systems
  • Site layout activities
  • Ventilation
  • Lighting
  • Repair shops
  • Restrooms
  • Locker rooms
  • Truck and equipment wash down areas
  • Storm water drainage
  • Walkways
  • Parking areas
  • Push walls
  • Roll-up doors
  • Water supply
  • Fire protection
  • Alarm systems
  • Sanitary sewer systems

For transfer stations located at or near landfills, D&B’s services have included the design and construction of methane gas detection and control systems.

As a result of D&B’s continual work on behalf of its clients in managing the competitive procurement of solid waste hauling and disposal contracts, the firm is familiar with many collection and hauling contractors, and the disposal facilities in numerous states seeking disposal contracts.

Transfer Stations Contact:

Theodore S. Pytlar, Jr.
(908) 668-4747
TPytlar@db-eng.com

John Schreck, P.E.
(516) 364-9890, ext. 3414
JSchreck@db-eng.com