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This article is about using organic/biodegradable waste in a cycling fashion to make it a sustainable waste The purpose of this article…Read More

Development of Landscaped Landfills Using Organic Waste for Sustainable Urban Waste Management

JavaScript is disabled on your browser. Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page.Development of Landscaped Landfills Using Organic Waste for Sustainable Urban Waste Management☆AbstractUncontrolled dumping of waste on open dumps or landfills has become one of the most common methods of disposing waste. Globally, such…Read More
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sam henley Campaign leader

This article is about air pollution and how it is affects the community The purpose of this article is to warn people about the dangers of…Read More

Methane leaking from Mallard Lake landfill in Hanover Park

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November 22, 2007|By Joseph Sjostrom, Tribune staff reporter Potentially explosive methane gas is leaking from the Mallard Lake landfill on the edge of Hanover Park, but so far it is harmlessly confined to a sand layer 40 feet underground on the southwest corner, federal and state pollution control officials said. The risk to homes and other…Read More
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sam henley Campaign leader

This article is about the rubbish crisis in Australia it informs the community about how many rubbish landfills we have left what state is…Read More

Explainer: how much landfill does Australia have?

The Conversation
Since Australia stopped incinerating rubbish in the middle of the 20th century, most of our solid waste has ended up in landfill. Some 20 million tonnes of garbage each year makes its way to hundreds of landfill sites, mostly clustered around our capital cities. This represents about 40% of total waste generation in Australia. Surprisingly, we…Read More
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