area landfill

area landfill

[′er·ē·ə ′land‚fil]
(civil engineering)
A sanitary landfill operation that takes care of the solid waste of more than one municipality in a region.
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The "Curbsider" highlighted OSD's self-proclaimed challenge to completely eliminate magazines and catalogs from the Portland area landfill by asking each resident to each recycle four more magazines or catalogs per month.
Onyx area landfill manager Simon O'Conner said they would consider funding a camera.
The sterilized waste would be disposed of in an area landfill.
Watertown Tire Recyclers and owner Thomas Springer have agreed to remove all contaminated soil remaining on the site and to dispose of it at an area landfill.
The project will create eight jobs, increase the number of people with a disability in employment, increase exports recycled items from the region and significantly reduce Riverland council area landfill.
The expansion capital will be used to expand the Obed and Dawson full service terminals ( FST ) and for the construction of an additional cell at the Pembina Area Landfill.
In late April, we sold the Pembina Area Landfill in Alberta for $11.
Feeding these materials to the worms not only produces beneficial compost, but it keeps tons of materials out of area landfills - a serious concern which has recently been the subject of legislation in cities such as New York, Seattle, and San Francisco.
Contract awarded for Hui Quan surrounding area landfills (2-2 Thoreau et 8 line route) city planning roads, Ltd.
Their efforts are certainly not in vein; to date they have recycled tons of construction garbage that would normally clog up area landfills.
The firm also sourced materials regionally and diverted existing materials from area landfills.
Lewis said auto body companies are anxious to get rid of damaged bumpers at no cost, and recycling them means they aren't taking up diminishing space in area landfills.
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