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Browning-Ferris to Buy Elsmere Landfill : Waste: Purchase of dump from BKK Corp. may delay site’s development while boosting pressure to reopen Sunshine Canyon.

In a deal between two waste-disposal giants, Browning-Ferris Industries said Wednesday it will purchase the site of the proposed Elsmere Canyon landfill in the Santa Clarita Valley from BKK Corp.

Although the impact on the local trash wars was uncertain, it appears the deal may delay development of the controversial Elsmere dump east of Santa Clarita, while increasing pressure to reopen BFI’s mothballed Sunshine Canyon Landfill north of Granada Hills.

Executives of the companies said the sale is contingent on reopening Sunshine Canyon and closing BKK’s landfill in West Covina.

The price was not disclosed, and will be based in part on future revenues from BFI operations in the Los Angeles area. But Ron Gastelum, chief operating officer for Torrance-based BKK, hinted at the price, saying BKK will get enough to cover the costs of closing its West Covina dump--an expense estimated at up to $60 million.

BFI was forced to close the Sunshine Canyon dump in 1991 when its operating permit expired. Since then, the firm has received repeated approvals from Los Angeles County for renewed dumping, only to be stymied through legal maneuvers by nearby homeowners and the city of Los Angeles.

The city most recently used its zoning authority to bar trash trucks from using an access road that is owned by BFI but runs through city territory to the dump, which straddles the city-county line. County supervisors are now considering whether to accept title to the private road, on the theory that the city could not impose zoning regulations on the county government.

Under the deal with BFI, Gastelum said BKK will join its rival in lobbying to reopen Sunshine Canyon.

BFI was vague on whether it would proceed with the 190-million-ton landfill BKK proposed to create in Elsmere Canyon, which has been bitterly opposed by the city of Santa Clarita.

In a prepared statement announcing the purchase, BFI said it intends to “review . . . the timetable for the permitting and development of the Elsmere Canyon landfill,” about three miles northeast of Sunshine Canyon on the fringe of the Angeles National Forest.

Elsmere opponents “can read whatever they want into” BFI’s statement, Gastelum said.

“I would say it is a breather, perhaps, for them. And time, more than anything else, may work in their favor. But on the other hand, time may not,” Gastelum said, adding that a revived economy could increase demand for dump capacity.

Caught off guard by the announcement, public officials and anti-dump activists were scrambling to determine how the sale would affect the two landfill projects.

“If they do decide to strengthen the fight [to develop Elsmere], they will have one tremendous battle from the city of Santa Clarita,” vowed the city’s mayor, Jo Anne Darcy.

“This one really took me by surprise,” said Rosemary Woodlock, attorney for the North Valley Coalition, which opposes reopening Sunshine Canyon.

“It does not make any sense at all to have two major landfills . . . right across the freeway from each other,” said Woodlock, adding that she was not sure the deal will delay either project.

“It will be interesting to see what we have to deal with,” she said.

Jeff Kolin, deputy city manager of Santa Clarita, said BKK apparently was “feeling the strain from the potential closure of their West Covina landfill and the extended process to get” permits from government agencies for Elsmere.

As part of the deal with BFI, BKK agreed to shut down its West Covina landfill. The company faces a pending lawsuit from the city of West Covina seeking closure of the dump.

Michael Miller, director of environmental services for West Covina, estimated that site closure, long-term maintenance and cleanup will cost $60 million.

In the lawsuit, West Covina said BKK had reneged on an agreement to close the dump by November of this year. BKK, by contrast, has contended it has the right to operate the dump until 2006. Gastelum said the decision to close the West Covina dump under the BFI agreement was motivated by a wish to end litigation with the city.

He estimated it would cost $30 million to adequately shut down the West Covina dump.

Despite the breathing room offered by the deal, Santa Clarita Valley dump opponents seemed unconvinced that much had been accomplished by the deal.

Marsha McLean, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Canyons Preservation Committee, said the community needs to look for alternatives, not more urban landfills.

“We don’t want Elsmere hanging over our heads for 20 years,” she said. “We would just hope that they decide. . . . Elsmere is not a good site for a landfill.”

The prospect of enlarging the Sunshine Canyon dump was not comforting, even though a dump exists there already.

“Landfills do not belong in urban areas--that goes for Sunshine, Puente Hills, all of them,” she said.

Levin is a Times staff writer and Kirka is a special correspondent.

Sours: https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1995-09-14-me-45764-story.html

Hazardous Waste Cleanup: Browning Ferris Incorporated Solley Road Landfill in Glen Burnie, Maryland

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On July 31, 2012, EPA issued a Corrective Action Permit implementing selected remedies to protect human health and the environment and clean up contaminated media.

Cleanup Status

This facility is one of EPA Region III's high priority Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) corrective action sites and EPA has determined that both the Human Exposure and Groundwater Environmental Indicators have been met.

BFI implemented, and continues to operate and monitor the numerous remedies which include a ground water recovery and treatment system, an active landfill gas extraction system, leachate collection and a state-of-the-art landfill cap. Monitoring of the groundwater continues to occur to ensure protectiveness and progress. All of the above are required by the July 31, 2012 permit in addition to Institutional Controls restricting the use of both the Facility and groundwater.

A formal meeting was held on September 13, 2011 between concerned citizens, EPA and Maryland's Department of Environment  (MDE) proposing the final remedy for the Facility. In summary, the citizens were pleased with the remediation efforts and the regulatory oversight.


Site Description

Interactive Map of Browning Ferris Incorporated Solley Road Landfill, Glen Burnie, Maryland


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The BFI Solley Road facility is located at 7890 Solly Road on approximately 150 acres in a rural area 3 miles south of Baltimore, Maryland. The Facility includes two closed landfills: the East Fill encompasses approximately 18 acres and received industrial hazardous waste; the West Fill also encompasses 18 acres and received solid waste (household trash). From 1963 to 1979 Browning Ferris accepted industrial and municipal wastes at the East and West Fills.

The Facility ceased receiving any waste in 1982 and the East and West Fills were closed in accordance with solid waste management regulations.

In the year 1999, Allied Wastes Industries purchased BFI. Allied merged with Republic Services, Inc. BFI is a subsidiary of Republic and is the current owner of the Facility.


Contaminants at this Facility

The main contaminants impacting groundwater are volatile organic compounds such as benzene (a component of gasoline) and trichloroethylene (a solvent).


Institutional and Engineering Controls at this Facility

Institutional Controls for the site include:

  • The Facility shall not be used for residential purposes unless it is demonstrated to EPA that such use will not pose a threat to human health or the environment and EPA provides prior written approval for such use.
  • The Facility shall not be used in any way that will adversely affect or interfere with the integrity and protectiveness of the ground water recovery and treatment system; the landfill caps; the leachate collection and removal system, and/or the gas extraction system, including all associated pipes and wells, unless it is demonstrated to EPA that such use will not pose a threat to human health or the environment and EPA provides prior written approval for such disturbance.
  • The groundwater from the Facility shall not be used for any purpose other than to conduct the operation and maintenance and monitoring activities required by MDE and to implement EPA's selected remedy, unless it is demonstrated to EPA that such use will not pose a threat to human health or the environment or adversely affect or interfere with the selected remedy and EPA provides written approval for such use.

Land Reuse Information at this Facility

The facility is unused.


Site Responsibility at this Facility

RCRA Corrective Action activities at this facility are being conducted under the direction of the EPA Region 3 with assistance from Maryland Department of Environmental Protection.

Sours: https://www.epa.gov/hwcorrectiveactionsites/hazardous-waste-cleanup-browning-ferris-incorporated-solley-road-landfill
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Collection Systems

Ferris lawn mowers are built for productivity and our offering of compatible attachments takes that notion another step further. With time-saving offerings from Turbo-Pro, Fast-Vac, and other partners there is a helpful attachment for your Ferris mower. If you have any questions on fit, assembly, or use your local Ferris dealer will be more than happy to help.

Ferris Turbo-Pro Collection System Housing

TURBO-Pro™

The TURBO-Pro System is a lightweight blower assembly ideal for use with compact models in all cutting conditions throughout the entire season.

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Ferris Turbo-Pro Max Collection System Housing

TURBO-Pro™ Max

This go-to system for landscapers acts as a lawn vacuum for a clean finish. It quickly mounts to the deck with tool-less stainless steel hardware. It is ideal for use in all conditions found throughout the season.

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Ferris Fast-Vac Collection System Housing

FAST-Vac®

The rugged impeller utilizes industrial-grade bearings, generating phenomenal air flow for use in heavy and wet cutting conditions. Its spindle-driven vertical turbo is narrower, allowing you to get in and out of tight places.

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TURBO-Pro™

The TURBO-Pro makes collecting leaves and debris a breeze. This grass collector system utilizes oversized drive and idler pulleys combined with a long drive belt for cool running and maximum belt life. The curved blade impeller reduces impeller speed and noise while maximizing air velocity. This commercial mower system mounts to the deck with a fabricated heavy-duty steel plate. The blower housing is protected with a 1" heavy-gauge tubular bumper. No tools are required after the unit has been installed to switch from grass bagging to non-bagging. The TURBO-Pro is a lightweight blower assembly and is ideal for use with compact lawnmowers.

Blower Dimensions*: Width: 19-inches | Weight: 56 lbs. | Impeller Fin: 2-inches

Ferris Turbo-Pro Collection System Housing

Generous 6" diameter outlet hose

Ferris Turbo-Pro Collection System Belts

Durable composite impeller housing with reinforced metal plate for high contact debris areas

Heavy-duty oversized drive and idler pulleys combined with a long drive belt allow for cool running and maximum belt life

Ferris Turbo-Pro Collection System Impeller

Curved steel blade impeller reduces noise

After initial installation, the quick attach design can be mounted or removed with no tools in a few minutes

400SIS® 600IS® 700ISX™ 800
2-Bag Hard Top48″ | 8 cu. ft.48″ / 52″ | 10 cu. ft.
52″ / 61″ | 10 cu. ft.52″ | 10 cu. ft.
3-Bag Hard Top
N/AN/AN/A52″ / 61″ | 15 cu. ft.

TURBO-Pro™ Max

The TURBO-Pro Max system acts as a lawn vacuum for a clean finish in a wide variety of conditions. This commercial-grade grass collector system mounts to the deck with a fabricated heavy-duty steel plate and is ideal for use with larger models. Can be used in conjunction with the triple bag soft/hardtop, DFS (Dump from Seat), EZ Dump™, or EZ Dump XL™ bagging options.

Blower Dimensions*: Width: 21-inches | Weight: 62 lbs. | Impeller Fin: 4-inches

Ferris Turbo-Pro Max Collection System Housing

Extra-wide 7" diameter outlet hose

Twice the airflow vs. TURBO-Pro for increased capacity on larger decks cutting at higher speeds

Ferris Turbo-Pro Max  Collection System Belts

Rugged steel impeller housing designed for extended life

Heavy-duty oversized drive and idler pulleys combined with a long drive belt allow for cool running and maximum belt life

Ferris Turbo-Pro Max Collection System Impeller

After initial installation, the quick attach design can be mounted or removed with no tools in a few minutes

ISX™ 3300ISX™ 2200
2-Bag Soft TopN/A52″ | 9 cu. ft.
3-Bag Soft Top
61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.52″ / 61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.
Electric DFS61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.52″ / 61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.
EZ Dump™N/A52″ / 61″ | 12 cu. ft.
EX Dump XL™61″ | 14 cu. ft.
N/A

FAST-Vac®

This FAST-Vac® grass collector system is built around a super-tough, high-volume side panel air induction system that reduces clogging and produces significantly more air volume than conventional commercial mower attachment systems. The rugged impeller, built using industrial-grade bearings, generates a phenomenal airflow to pull in a large number of grass clippings over a long day of landscaping. Its spindle-driven vertical turbo is narrower, allowing you to get in and out of tight places. No tools are required after the mower attachment has been installed to switch from grass bagging to non-bagging.

Blower Dimensions*: Width: 15-inches | Weight: 88 lbs. | Impeller fin: 4-inches

Ferris Fast-Vac Collection System Housing

Extra wide 7" diameter outlet hose

Ferris Fast-Vac Collection System Belts

Commercial-grade idler and pulleys drive the vertical, spindle-driven turbo resulting in a very narrow profile for improved maneuverability

Ferris Fast-Vac Collection System Impeller

Super rugged impeller rides on industrial-grade bearings to generate a phenomenal air flow

ISX™ 3300ISX™ 2200
3-Bag Soft Top
61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.52″ / 61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.
Electric DFS61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.52″ / 61″ | 12.5 cu. ft.
EZ Dump™N/A52″ / 61″ | 12 cu. ft.
EX Dump XL™61″ | 14 cu. ft.
N/A
Double Bag Soft Top Grass Catcher for Collection System

Double Bag Soft Top, Grass Catcher for Collection System

The double bag grass catcher is a simple lawn mower attachment to install. Each heavy-duty mesh bag has a rugged polyethylene underside with an integrated handle to assist with removal. Capacity: 9 cubic feet

Available on: Turbo-Pro Max System

Double Bag Hard Top Grass Catcher for Collection System

Double Bag Hard Top, Grass Catcher for Collection System

The innovative molded hard top design allows for increased capacity. Simple to install. Each heavy-duty mesh bag has an integrated handle to assist with removal. Capacity: 10 cubic feet.

Available on: Turbo-Pro System

 

Triple Bag Soft Top Grass Catcher for Collection System

Triple Bag Soft Top, Grass Catcher for Collection System

The triple bag grass catcher collection system is simple to install and is a great addition to your Ferris Commercial Mower. Each heavy-duty mesh grass bag has a rugged polyethylene underside with an integrated handle to assist with removal. Capacity: 12.5 cubic feet

Available on: Turbo-Pro Max System

Triple Bag Hard Top, Grass Catcher for Collection System

Triple Bag Hard Top, Grass Catcher for Collection System

The innovative molded hard top design allows for increased capacity. Simple to install. Each heavy-duty mesh bag has an integrated handle to assist with removal. Capacity: 15 cubic feet.

Available on: Turbo-Pro System

Dump From Seat (DFS) Hopper Options

Electric DFS Hopper for Collection System

Electric DFS Hopper for Collection System

Simply flip the switch on the control panel to release the hopper right from your seat. Capacity: 12.5 cubic feet

Available on: Turbo-Pro Max System

EZ Dump Hopper for Collection System

EZ Dump™ Hopper for Collection System

The EZ Dump™ increases productivity by giving the operator the ability to release grass clippings easily manually. The hopper is specially lined to ensure that all material is dumped each time for increased productivity. The low profile of this system is better for visibility when compared to competitive commercial lawn mower attachments. Capacity: 12 cubic feet

Available on: Turbo-Pro Max System

EZ Dump XL Hopper for Collection System

EZ Dump XL™ Hopper for Collection System


The EZ Dump XL™ collection system is ideal for large landscaping jobs. Simply squeeze the handle and pull up to release the hopper right from your mower seat. The hopper is specially lined to ensure that all material is dumped each time for increased productivity. Capacity: 14 cubic feet

Available on: Turbo-Pro Max System

*Dimensions listed are the dimensions of the blower unit and do not represent what they might actually add to the mower.

Sours: https://www.ferrismowers.com/na/en_us/products/attachments-and-accessories/collection-systems.html
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