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Developments in landfilling a review of current practice and future options by Exadactylou Despina.

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementDespina Exadactylou ; supervised by J.E. Kitchin.
ContributionsKitchin, J. E., Chemical Engineering.
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Open LibraryOL16566143M

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Book Description. Current development results in a linear flow from raw material to waste, which cannot be sustainable in the long term. Plus, a global population of 7 billion people means that there are 7 billion waste producers in the world. At present, dumping and landfilling are the primary practices for getting rid of municipal solid waste. Landfilling is the most frequent waste disposal method worldwide. It is recognised as being an important option both now and in the near future, especially in low-and middle-income countries. Landfill Landfill is often regarded as the last resort waste management option. While this may be partly true, modern landfilling is an active treatment process. An engineered landfill is designed to contain waste and its decomposition products until they present no significant risks to health or the environment. Materials and energyFile Size: 89KB.   Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Historical Development of Landfilling Emissions and Time Frames Concepts in Landfilling Challenges in Landfill Technology ReferencesCited by: 5.