December 30, 2014 – To help Seattle Public Utilities achieve its goal of 70 percent solid waste diversion by 2025, HDR has been selected to conduct options analysis, design and construction services for the South Transfer Station Phase 2.
The project is on an 11-acre site that houses the South Recycling and Disposal Station, located on a closed landfill. The HDR team will develop and evaluate site plan concepts to incorporate 11 possible facilities, including:
Recycling building, reuse center, grit processing facility, decant facility
Replacing or preserving the existing household hazardous waste collection facility
Programming five acres of the site to accommodate a future materials recovery facility
The options analysis is scheduled to be completed by mid-2015, with design, permitting and contractor procurement completed by 2016.
About HDR’s solid waste experience
It takes creativity, flexibility and intelligence to successfully manage a waste program. So we’ve got our best and brightest deploying the latest technology to help our clients customize programs their communities can support. From managing organics to providing inventive landfill services to developing effective planning and public outreach, we explore the industry’s endless possibilities. With multiple award-winning projects and annual Engineering News-Record rankings in the top three solid waste firms, we know waste.
At HDR, we’ve partnered with our clients to shape communities and push boundaries of what’s possible since 1917. With 8,500 employees in more than 200 locations around the world, we think global and act local. We’ve completed projects in 60 countries, always following through and holding ourselves accountable.