We are a leading supplier of landfill remediation technology to the waste management
Established in 1999, CPS specialise in fully automated leachate
process control systems, environmental monitoring and reporting and landfill remediation
technology. Our advanced Remote Site Monitoring Systems [RSMS] helps to reduce costs,
increase revenue and protect the environment.
Working with waste management professionals, CPS have devised full turnkey systems
aimed at remediating landfill sites offering full remote data acquisition and control
of all leachate processes from any remote device, be it PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Using a combination of site interrogation techniques and latest technologies, RSMS
transparency of real-time data allows operators of sites to collate and interpret
the data to maintain optimum performance remotely, or from a dedicated PC terminal
With our patented technology and extensive knowledge of landfill process, we
can remediate sites legacy leachate and redistribute the leachate by targeting saturated
and dry areas of waste. Through controlled leachate extraction and recirculation,
our systems can reduce leachate transport and treatment costs to zero [typically
£50,000 - £500,000 pa, dependent upon the size of the site] and accelerate waste degradation
promoting increased landfill gas (LFG) production. This results in a potential 20-100%
increase in power generation output, representing a 500-5000kw increase annually
over a projected 7-10 year period.
RSMS systems and subsidiary services represent a fundamental change in the way landfills
are maintained and operated. Rather than leaving a legacy for future generations
through dry tomb landfill, the operators of a landfill utilising our RSMS systems
can run the site to maximise resource recovery. Also, they extract potential
negative impacts on the environment during the time of their active care, whilst
significantly reducing the liability retention period.
Entombment or the dry tomb approach to landfill aims to prevent water from coming into
contact with the waste. Whilst this approach minimises the volume of leachate produced,
it slows biodegradation of the waste so that the potential hazard of the waste is not
reduced over time.