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Rolling Down the Rapids

Yes, that water is freezing cold! But that didn’t stop Blue Ridge Services president Neal Bolton and Project Manager Samuel Bolton from going for a ride down the rapids of Merced River near Mariposa, California. Neal and Sam Rafting the Merced River – January 2017 from Blue Ridge Services on...

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The BRS Team… In Action!

Hello! Here at Blue Ridge Services, we like to work hard for our clients. After all, you inspire us to do great things every day! But when the workday is over, we all like to unwind in different ways. Over the next few months, we will be posting photos, videos, and blog posts from our team members doing what they love to do. And let me tell you… we have a pretty diverse set of folks in our...

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New On-Demand Training Platform

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sarah Christine Bolton sarah@blueridgeservices.com 805-464-1499 Blue Ridge Services Announces New On-Demand Training Platform for the Solid Waste Industry Mariposa, Calif. (July 23, 2015) – Blue Ridge Services, Inc., the leading consulting and safety training company in the waste industry, announces a new on-demand training platform for the solid waste industry....

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Compaction Webinar Series – Landfills

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sarah Christine Bolton sarah@blueridgeservices.com 805-464-1499 Blue Ridge Services Announces 4-Part Compaction Webinar Series for Landfill Operators New series of webinars by Neal Bolton, author of The Handbook of Landfill Operations Mariposa, Calif. (March 18, 2015) – Blue Ridge Services, Inc., the leading consulting and safety training company in the waste...

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When You Have To Rip, Use Your Head

Chances are, if you’re reading this article, you really dig landfills. But if by chance you find yourself in some tough ground, just digging might not be enough: You might have to rip.

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The Nitty-Gritty of Dust Control

If not properly controlled, fugitive dust can become a nuisance and health threat to your landfill’s workers, customers, and neighbors. It can damage your machines and create safety hazards by limiting visibility. Finally, if you don’t control dust, you could receive a citation for violating air quality rules, because dust control is a mandatory part of running a landfill.

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