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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Solid waste officials in Hastings, Nebraska hope a new shredder will nearly quadruple the life expectancy of the area landfill.
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.
They finally determined that a screw press dewatering system, supplemented by application of cement kiln dust, would be the most effective and economical way to achieve a sludge cake solids concentration of about 15 percent to meet area landfill requirements.
Starr County created the transfer station when the area landfill almost filled to capacity in 2010.
Reno Disposal's ten semi-tractor trailers each make nine trips per day to the Reno area landfill located ten miles away.
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. According to Lautenschlager, the proper disposal of that soil will cost $75,000.
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