EBC Solid Waste Management Committee Announces New Leadership Team Member

The EBC Solid Waste Management Committee is excited to announce that Amanda Wade of TRC Companies, Inc. has joined the Leadership Team.

Please join EBC in welcoming Amanda to the Committee! Please see below for more information.

Amanda S. Wade, PE, Project Manager/ Senior Project Engineer
TRC Companies, Inc.
249 Western Avenue, Augusta, ME 04330
207.620.3768 // [email protected]

Louis's Bio:

Ms. Wade is an Environmental Engineer (licensed in Maine) with 22 years of Solid Waste experience. During this time, she overseen and/or designed numerous solid waste liner and closure projects throughout the State of Maine ranging in complexity from rural municipal landfills to papermill landfills and ultimately to large scale commercial facilities. Over the last 4 years, she also assisted in the evaluation and permitting of numerous solar on landfill projects throughout New England and is a certified Solid Waste Third-Party Inspector in Massachusetts.

Ms. Wade started her career with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection in the Solid Waste Engineering Unit. In that capacity she was responsible for approving all siting, design, construction, remediation, and operational aspects of landfills, composting facilities, transfer stations, solid waste recycling facilities, and processing facilities. While a member of the MDEP, she also assisted in the development of the early protocol for investigation of gas migration through landfill cover systems, assisted in the drafting of solid waste regulations, and worked with the Maine Center of Disease Control on the establishment of applicable Ambient Air Guidelines.

Since leaving the MDEP, in 2015, she worked as a consultant, managing projects, and serving as the Engineer of Record for numerous solid waste facilities throughout Maine. Additionally, she acted as a regulatory liaison for solid waste facilities, perform landfill operational inspections, and provide site specific operator training.

In 2020, she was elected to the Board of the Northern New England Chapter of SWANA and in 2021 she became Chapter Secretary.