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landfill waste recycling Applications

  • Landfill lining

    GCLs have become the gold standard clay component of composite lining systems used in industrial, hazardous and municipal solid waste landfills. Used alone or in combination with a geomembrane in a composite cover system, GCLs provide significantly lower permeability, improved ease of installation, an increased amount of usable space. In many cases GCLs are more cost-effective than traditional compacted clay liners. GCLs are also not subject to deterioration from differential settlement and freeze-thaw cycles, which can damage traditional compacted clay liners. Important design considerations for GCLs in landfill caps include confining pressure, and potential for ion exchange and desiccation.

    By CETCO based in Hoffman Estates, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Mined Landfill

    Mining landfill is an innovative practice, which is a paradigm shift in waste management, where landfills can be considered storage of feedstock for waste to energy plants such as Gasplasma®. It works by: Extracting buried waste / Recovering valuable recyclates: glass, metals, hard plastics / Returning land for alternative uses / Eliminating greenhouse gas emissions caused by decomposing wastes

    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP) based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Waste shredding for the landfill industry

    However enormous a landfill site first appears, it is surprising how quickly - and how ineffectively - it can become full. Regardless of how bulky, resilient or abrasive the waste may be, effective shredding makes best use of the space available by considerably reducing the volume of waste. Metso shredder equipment includes three sizes of mobile shredders with a variety of mounts, all capable of providing a range of grain sizes. This makes it easy to select the most efficient and cost effective shredding solution for a wide variety of landfills.

    By Metso Recycling Equipment based in Duesseldorf, GERMANY.

  • Solid waste management for landfills

    By Tana Oy based in Jyväskylä, FINLAND.

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    Odor control for landfills

    By Simple Solutions Dist. LLC based in West Milford, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Landfill Piping Solutions

    Landfills are active environments. Through natural processes of rainfall, condensation, and decomposition, landfills themselves produce a liquid waste stream, called leachate. Often the leachate contains hazardous materials, so properly managing a landfill requires handling the waste. ISCO offers products and services to help manage leachate including HDPE landfill pipe, perforated and slotted pipe as well as custom fabricated fittings.

    By ISCO Industries, LLC based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Foam covering of landfills

    Rusmar lowers your risks, protects your workers and improves your profit where it counts, at the landfill site. We do this by providing you the most comprehensive daily cover program, highly engineered and field proven application equipment and world class technical service.

    By Rusmar Inc. based in West Chester, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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    Evaporators and concentrators for landfill

    Leachate treatment.

    By Eco-Techno s.r.l Vacuum Evaporation System based in Busnago MB, ITALY.

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    Gas suction in landfills

    By Aerzener Maschinenfabrik GmbH based in Aerzen, GERMANY.

  • Gas monitoring for landfills

    The Kurz Insertion Mass Flow Meter products provide extremely reliable and accurate measurements with a number of features specifi cally tailored for landfi ll gas monitoring applications.

    By Kurz Instruments, Inc. based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Recycling

    During recent years, the importance of alternative energy sources has become increasingly apparent. With the Eldan Recycling System for MSW (Municipal Solid Waste), you can turn loose, baled or bagged waste like non-recyclable plastics, paper cardboard, mattresses, carpets, etc. into energy in the form of RDF (Residual Derived Fuel). RDF exploits the energy content of the traditional household waste (MSW) to substitute traditional fuels, thus posing an alternative that is attractive both environmentally and economically. Before the waste can be used as fuel however, it must be sorted and volume reduced into a homogenous fraction size of e.g. up to 50mm / 2 in. By downsizing the waste in the MSW Recycling System, liberated ferrous metals, heavy materials (stone, brick, iron) and wet material with low calorific value (smaller than 13MJ/kg) can be removed. The final product (approx. 75% of input material) is RDF with a high calorific value at approx. 26-28 MJ/kg, perfect as fuel ... ...

    By Eldan Recycling A/S based in Faaborg, DENMARK.

  • Remote level monitoring

    Leachate level control is a primary function in landfills. Although different types of pumps are used, all pumps need to be installed with a totalizing counter mounted at the top of the well head to monitor the pump cycles and to calculate the total volume of leachate removed from the well. Instead of manually monitoring the leachate level and collecting the pump count data, use FlexPower™ Counter Nodes to wirelessly send data from the pumps back to a central control location to save time and eliminate errors.

    By Banner Engineering Corp. based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA).

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    Industrial wastewater solutions for contaminated landfill leachate

    Reliable treatment. Optimised for heavily contaminated landfill leachate. Whether it be household rubbish, construction rubble, contaminated soils, port sludge or waste incineration ash, final storage of these heavily contaminated materials poses a potential groundwater pollution risk from heavy metals, nitrogen bonds or organic substances. Landfill leachate resulting from precipitation on landfill sites.

    By H2O GmbH based in Steinen, GERMANY.

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    Methane and Carbon Dioxide Sensing for Landfill Applications

    Application: In March 1986 an explosion destroyed a bungalow adjacent to a landfill site in Loscoe, Derbyshire. Subsequent measurements showed that 150-200 cubic meters of gas per hour were being generated by landfill waste. This event triggered a change in the way the waste industry considered and regulated gas generated at landfill sites; resulting in the landfill regulations of 2002, and in particular LFTGN03: the Guidance on the Management of landfill Gas.

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • PEHD membrane sealing systems for landfill base liners

    There are several phases of preparation of landfill base liners, starting with the positioning of the membrane, until these can be covered with several metres of refuse. These membranes may be damaged during preparation, but can also be inspected and repaired. It is advisable to undertake inspections at regular intervals.

    By ELD Environmental Leak Detection GmbH based in Berlin, GERMANY.

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