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Landfill Operating/ Engineering Bark Pile Closure

Woodland Pulp LLC, Baileyville, Maine

(1990 – present)

SME has worked closely with Woodland Pulp LLC and its predecessors (Domtar and Georgia Pacific Co.) to manage the No. 3 Landfill. In 2000, SME was retained to develop and implement closure of a 26-acre bark/sludge/ash waste disposal unit at the facility. SME continues to provide ongoing landfill permitting, engineering, and operation assistance at this… Read more »

Wishcamper Solar Array

Westbrook Heights Business Park, Westbrook, Maine

(2016)

The Wishcamper Companies retained SME and ReVision Energy to design, permit, and install a solar array on a portion of the Westbrook Heights Business Park in Westbrook, Maine. The project included the installation of 598 solar panel modules, associated utility trench construction, a gravel access drive into the site, 7-foot-high chainlink fence around the panels,… Read more »

Ash Excavation and Processing to Recover Metals

ecomaine Ash Landfill, South Portland, Maine

(2011-2013)

SME assisted ecomaine and its subcontractor RMP-EM LLC in preparing site excavation and development plans to systematically remove, process, and replace incinerator ash in the ecomaine ash landfill. In developing this project, SME considered several existing site conditions and site sensitivities. The mined area had been filled and a plastic cover placed on the ash… Read more »

Pineland Farms Redevelopment

Libra Foundation, New Gloucester, Maine

(2000 - present)

The 2,000-acre Pineland Farms property was developed by the State of Maine in 1908 as the Maine School for the Feeble Minded. During the 1950s, the facility housed 1,500 residents and included a power plant, a wastewater treatment plant, 27 buildings, forests, and a self-sufficient farm. October Corporation (a subsidiary of Libra Foundation) purchased the… Read more »