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Published by Metropolitan Toronto, Dept. of Works, Solid Waste Management Division in [Toronto, Ont.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sanitary landfills -- Ontario -- Toronto Region.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLandfill site search; draft working paper -- no. 2.1
    ContributionsMetropolitan Toronto (Ont.). Works Dept. Solid Waste Management Division., Solid Waste Environmental Assessment Plan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD789.C32 .O5821 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 98 p.
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20740947M

    The Normandy Landfill: A Case Study in Solid Waste Management S. Sadek* and M. El-Fadel Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, American Univ. of Beirut, Third Avenue, New York, NY Received 7 June war, the general area of . Waste characterization information is designed for solid waste planning; however, anyone interested in the characteristics of the solid waste stream may find it useful. Local government planners, haulers, and recyclers can use this site's waste characterization tools to estimate the amount of certain materials in their waste stream.

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- A comparison with the Washington Statewide Waste Characterization Study. - A supplementary analysis which combines the data collected as part of this study with an additional seven studies completed by other jurisdictions around the Size: 2MB.

landfill, Normandeau Associates, Inc. (NAI ha)s completed a waste characterization at portions of the landfil thal t were formerly use fod r the disposal of steel drums containing wastes (Se Platee for site overview).

Th objectivee s of this phase of study included: 1. Delineatio of th horizontae l extenn oft the drum burial area, 2. feasibility study report for a new landfill or an expansion of an existing landfill.

OAROAR and 40 CFR Part address groundwater hydrology, quality and groundwater monitoring. Objectives of Phase I The main objectives of the Phase I site characterization study are to • describe existing site conditions.

categories specifically identified and sampled as part of this composition and characterization study include residential, commercial, and C&D materials and self-hauled waste. Material Streams Each of these material types are directed to specific, separate areas of the landfill by Larimer SWEAP landfill and study area characterization.

book personnel. Table of Contents iii P:\cdoe\Waste Characterization Study\Final Report\FINAL Waste Characterization docx Overall City of Chicago Municipal Waste. The landfill studied is established according to European Union (EU) requirements for sealed bottom structure.

The landfill is located in Kuopio, Finland. It has a land area of approximately 32 square meters and a peak area of approximately 18 square meters. The maximum filling height is approximately 30 m. Landfill Characterization The EPA estimates there are some 4, active and o closed municipal waste landfills across the United States.

In many cases, the information on active and old solid waste landfills can be limited, or completely absent in some cases. The CIWMB commissioned a study of waste disposal and diversion practices by key types of commercial establishments.

The study, conducted inentails quantifying and characterizing the material that is disposed as well as the material that is recycled or otherwise diverted. The aim of the study was to ascertain the pollution levels in water sources in the areas surrounding Lobatse landfill site.

The study focused on the physico-chemical analysis of surface water. reserved for the Feasibility Study and even the EIA specialist studies. SOME TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF LANDFILL SITE SELECTION Negative mapping Negative mapping is a preliminary tool used in the identification of Candidate Landfill sites.

It is used early in the study to eliminate the unsuitable areas in a study area and to identify “positive. Landfills. Approximately 62% of municipal waste is placed in landfills.

If the waste is dumped untreated, it can promote the proliferation of rats, flies, and other vermin, encourage growth of disease-carrying organisms, contaminate surface and underground water, scar the land, and preempt open space. There are three general categories of waste-characterization studies that are in common use: the Wastewater (or Air Discharge or Solid Wastes Stream) Characterization Study, the Environmental Audit, and the Waste Audit.

The appropriate choice among these three categories, for a given application, depends upon the principal purpose of the study. for disposal at the Larimer County Landfill. The methodology differentiates between four major categories of waste delivered to the landfill. The waste generation categories specifically identified and sampled as part of this composition and characterization study include residential, commercial, industrial and C&D materials and self-hauled waste.

characterization studies within the State of Washington. The structure of the document follows the basic structure of waste characterization studies.

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Pala, CA. Octo Photo credit: flickr user charley lhasa, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial license. Readers will find therein the notions needed for conducting a characterization study, as well as a description of procedures and planning methods for such studies.

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