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Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

by Trinity Consultants     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

This 1-day course is for landfill managers, engineers, and environmental professionals who are responsible for the permitting of landfill expansions, gas-to-energy (combustion) projects, and flare installations. Topics include the use of U.S. EPA’s LandGEM model for estimating LFG generation rates, best practices for determining the ...

Coal Ash Management and Regulations Course

by Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF)     based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Coal accounts for more than a third of electricity generation in the U.S., resulting in over 130 million short tons of coal combustion residuals (CCR) annually. This makes coal ash one of the largest waste streams in the U.S. To put this in perspective, the tonnage of coal ash alone is equivalent to roughly half the total tonnage of municipal ...

Waste Management

by Caribbean Environmental Health Institute     based in Castries, ST. LUCIA

Waste Management is a significant aspect of CEHI’s mandate to its Member States. CEHI’s work in this area transcends traditional solid and liquid waste management issues but also focuses on emerging areas of concern. In the Caribbean this includes hazardous waste management, biomedical waste management and electronic waste management.

Online Training - Identifying Your Hazardous Wastes

by HAZMAT Plans & Programs, Inc.     based in Aurora, COLORADO (USA)

Identifying hazardous wastes according to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations helps environmental professionals to determine how the waste must be managed. This course covers identification of hazardous wastes, characteristics of hazardous wastes, and universal and miscellaneous wastes according to RCRA regulations. This ...

Decomposition in Landfills: Impacts on Gas & Leachate Course

by Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF)     based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

The major biodegradable components of municipal solid waste include paper, food waste and yard waste. All of these materials contain cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin, with cellulose and hemicellulose responsible for most of the methane produced in landfills. When these wastes are buried in landfills, a complex series of chemical and biological ...

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