The attractiveness of landfill
gas as a fuel source also depends on how much the facility pays for fuel, and the potential savings expected from using landfill
The Wallkill site, the students discovered, is just one of 14,000 landfills
across the United States.
Last year, North Dakota schoolchildren received a lesson in ecology and stewardship by planting several hardwood species on a landfill
there under the guidance of the Greater Grand Forks Arbor Day Committee.
In 1963, the BKK Landfill
began operating as a municipal solid waste landfill
Starting about six months ago, waste haulers say, low-value curbside materials like commingled bales of bottles and film began quietly disappearing into landfills
These are the so-called mono-landfill
criteria used to evaluate the impact of foundry waste landfills
on groundwater quality, support mono-landfills
and ascertain the suitability of wastes for construction purposes.
Soon the struggle over the landfill
grabbed headlines in The New York Times and other major print media outlets.
One of several falcons provided by the trainer is turned loose at the landfill
at various times during the week to go after the sea gulls attracted by the garbage.
Spear Associates, to create H2S in a landfill
environment five basic circumstances are necessary: First, a sulfur source has to be present, which is represented by the calcium sulfate in the gypsum, and then an anaerobic environment, which is possible in a landfill
with a good, tight cover.
To meet the rapidly expanding market for native southern Appalachian ornamental species like rhododendrons and azaleas, six greenhouses are heated with landfill
methane and used as growing spaces for these valuable native plants.
engineer is researching the potential environmental fate of the lead found in electronics sent to landfills
Understanding what kind of waste makes it into our landfills
can help us answer the paper versus plastic question.