airport waste Articles

  • TOC analysis at airports

    As other industrial devices airports have to control their run-off weter for TOC and/or COD. The amount of waste water produced at airports is not negligible: The Frankfurt airport (one of the biggest airports in Europe) has produced 1.63 million cubic meters in 2006, the same amount as a medium-sized city. The sewer system of this airport consists of a 200km tubing system with a low quantity of ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • Nashville airport dredging case study

    Project Sponsor:Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority Application: Clean and dredge waste water treatment plant for airport runoff (from runway tarmac) Dredge Used: LWT RCLPE Runt Dredge (Remote Control Lagoon Pumper Electric) Project Summary: Automated remote control dredge with rail system to cover the entire pond ...

  • Airport deicing effluent treatment and regulatory guidelines

    Airport and airplane deicing is employed with the use of brines, salts, alcohols or glycols to remove and prevent or delay the formation of snow and ice.  In the United States (US), the Federal Aviation Administration requires airlines that operate during icy conditions to perform deicing and anti-icing of aircraft and airfield pavement (USEPA 2011a).  These deicing operations use large ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • East Midlands airport, UK - case study

    Every year East Midlands Airport (EMA) connects 5 million passengers to over 100 travel destinations around the globe. The airport has won a number of prestigious travel awards including the World’s Leading Eco Friendly Airport in 2007. EMA contacted ENER-G regarding the provision of a sustainable solution to provide heating and cooling for their New Departures Pier. After an initial ...


    By ENER-G

  • Inland waters of Ohio cleveland-hopkins airport - case study

    Application Inland Waters of Ohio, a Division of Inland Services, is a part of a 1,100 employee environmental industrial services company. Among the services that Inland provides at airports are the containment, collection, management, recovery and recycling of spent Aircraft Deicing Fluid (SADF). At Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Inland collects spent ADF using ground recovery vehicles, and ...


  • Delta Air Lines to assure environmental compliance at 100 airports, EMIS payback expected in 12 Months

    Delta Air Lines flies to more destinations around the world – 481 locations in 105 countries – than any other air carrier. Delta is also an industry leader in addressing environmental sustainability challenges through a variety of programs, such as its new comprehensive recycling and carbon offset conservation initiatives. Delta's commitment to environmental sustainability is especially clear ...


    By IHS

  • Wood Waste Processing — Under Duress

    In mid-January 2012, a winter storm moving inland from the Pacific Ocean blanketed an 11-county area of Northwest Washington with several inches of heavy wet snow, followed by a thick layer of ice that coated everything from sidewalks to skyscrapers. Nicknamed “Snowmageddon,” by locals, the storm first walloped the Seattle and Tacoma metro areas, shattering a 60-plus-year record ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Waste Pro USA: creating a hands-on business culture

    Waste Pro USA was founded in 2001 in Central Florida by John Jennings. To understand what is today one of the fastest growing privately owned waste collection, recycling and disposal companies in the U.S., it important to understand family roots. Originally from Long Island, NY, many say Jennings has garbage in his blood. His father was in the waste business in New York and as a kid, Jennings ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • High quality sand from a 50 year old waste product

    A new CDE sand washing plant in Estonia is producing high quality building materials from what had previously been a waste product. The plant was purchased to process material that was simply being stockpiled as waste as a result of the high clay content. This same material is now being sold on the Estonian building materials market as high quality, fully certified sand and aggregates. The plant ...


    By CDEnviro

  • Construction waste recycling plant delivers added value for Yorkshire Aggregates

    Yorkshire Aggregates have become the latest company to install a recycling plant from Co.Tyrone-based CDE Ireland with an 80 tonnes/h plant now operational at their site in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.Yorkshire Aggregates are one of the most prominent names in the construction products and recycling industry in the northof England with a number of branches to the business. In addition to the new ...


    By CDEnviro

  • The impact of an open waste disposal site on soil and groundwater pollution

    A study has been carried out of a waste disposal site, located in the valley of a small creek, 3 km south of Canakkale city centre. The surface area of the site was around 101000 square metres, and the total amount of waste deposited at the site since 1990 was approximately 1001000 tons. The major risks of the dump are its closeness to the university campus area to the south, the airport to the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Landfills: Alaska begins its future of solid waste management

    It seems only fitting that the state earning the moniker as the last frontier might be slightly behind the times when it comes to managing solid waste. Alaska celebrated 50 years of statehood last year, and while many gathered at picnics and other events to lionize improvements to the state’s scant matrix of roads, and the construction of schools, airports and medical facilities, solid ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • `Sensitivity of Aermod to meteorological data sets based on varying surface roughness,` presented at the 2009 air & waste management association`s annual conference

    Abstract Dispersion modeling in support of regulatory programs for federal, regional, state and localpermitting relies on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s AERMOD Model as specifiedin the Guideline on Air Quality Models (40 CFR 51, Appendix W).1 Internal calculations inAERMOD for daytime mixing in the convective boundary layer and night time mixing in thestable boundary ...


    By Trinity Consultants

  • ES & E OZONATOR Publication Nov 2011

    Disposal of biohazardous material has long been a serious and costly problem for hospitals, clinics, research institutes, bio-industries, airports, ports and other generators of biohazardous and regulated medical waste. Until now, incineration, heat, steam or dangerous chemicals have been the only way to treat many of these wastes. Not only are these processes costly, but they leave a high carbon ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • OZONATOR Abstract 2015

    Abstract of the capacity, capabilities and benefits of the advanced OZONATOR NG technology. OZONE kills all known Pathogens and Virus.  The OZONATOR NG technology is compatible with: • Bio-hazardous waste • Pathological Waste • Cultures and stocks of infectious agents • Liquid human and animal waste, blood and body ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • Britannia Airways

    Britannia Airways, based at Luton Airport, has to maintain a permanent constant humidity level in its computer rooms and hangars in order to eliminate the build up of static electricity. The effi ciency of the humidifi ers supplied by Vapac and J.S. Humidifi ers Ltd was being severely compromised by the continual formation of heavy scale. The humidifiers required descaling within one month of ...

  • International electronics recyclers featured on Powersoure Online (Largest US B2B Network)

    Are you looking to learn more about electronic waste commonly referred to as “e-waste”? Are you looking to meet directlywith buyers and sellers of electronic scrap and surplus electronics? Do you want to meet to network with and listen toleading experts from the electronic waste management industry, Government policy makers and environmental organizations? Do you want to be a part of the ...

  • Turning biomass into clean energy inside an eco-business zone

    Sustainable business practices are becoming a competitive necessity, and businesses (as well as government) can do more for the environment working together than apart. The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA), in partnership with the Region of Peel and cities of Toronto, Brampton and Mississauga, have embarked on an ambitious undertaking to put ...


    By Yield Energy Inc.

  • Landfill site selection by using geographic information systems

    Abstract  One of the serious and growing potential problems in most large urban areas is the shortage of land for waste disposal. Although there are some efforts to reduce and recover the waste, disposal in landfills is still the most common method for waste destination. An inappropriate landfill site may have negative environmental, economic and ecological impacts. Therefore, it should be ...


  • Added value for Yorkshire aggregates

    Yorkshire Aggregates have become the latest company to install a recycling plant from Co.Tyrone-based CDE Ireland with an 80 tonnes/h plant now operational at their site in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Yorkshire Aggregates are one of the most prominent names in the construction products and recycling industry in the north of England with a number of branches to the business. In addition to the new ...


    By CDEnviro

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