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Samuel B. Levin, P.E.
President

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Mr. Levin has been active in the field of solid waste management since 1974. He has been involved in a diverse range of projects including sanitary landfill siting and design, transfer station implementation/upgrading, waste recycling facility permitting and design, air emissions management, control of noise emissions, and municipal and industrial waste treatment. He founded S2L, Incorporated (S2Li) in March, 1997, to best focus on the needs of solid waste clients worldwide.

Mr. Levin frequently applies his thirty years of experience/expertise in solid waste engineering to focus on the development and understanding of federal, state, and local solid waste legislation and regulations. This legislative and regulatory involvement is most evident within the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), where he serves as the Legislative Liaison for the Florida Sunshine Chapter, and has assisted the organization in promoting its legislative agenda within Congress. He has assisted the State of Florida in the development of its solid waste regulations since the mid-1980s and directed development of solid waste standards of practice for the Kingdom of Thailand.

His extensive project experience includes virtually all disciplines within solid waste, earned within a geographic area that extends internationally, although most were successfully completed within the eastern seaboard of the U.S. He has served as project engineer, project manager, project director, and/or quality control reviewer for more than 25 landfill development or expansion projects, 20 landfill closure projects, 12 transfer station/materials recovery facility projects, and in excess of 25 solid waste management/planning efforts.

Mr. Levin enjoys sharing his expertise with university faculty and staff, serving as guest lecturer or adjunct instructor. This activity, in conjunction with active participation within university-sponsored technical assistance committees, enhances his ability to keep abreast of the research at the forefront of technical advances within the industry.

Mr. Levin holds a Bachelor and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering from Drexel University. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of Florida, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Virginia, Delaware, and Maryland. He is an active member of the Solid Waste Association of North America, the National Solid Waste Management Association, and the Florida Engineering Society.

Email Samuel B. Levin: slevin@S2Li.com

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