sanitary landfill


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sanitary landfill

n.
Rehabilitated land in which garbage and trash have been buried; a landfill.

sanitary landfill

[san′iterē]
Etymology: L, sanitas, health; AS, land + fyllan, to fill
a solid waste disposal site. It is usually a swamp area, ravine, or canyon where the waste is compacted by heavy machines and covered with earth.
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The Environmental Impact of the Sanitary Landfills of Bayawan City and Bais City, Negros Oriental, Philippines.
A[cedilla] Sanitary Landfill and the Crushing Plant (SLCP) facilities started operations a month back
Table 4 shows the toxicological analysis for the Rumpke Sanitary Landfill landslide.
Sorting facilities to recover recyclables, composting facilities for organic waste and sanitary landfills for what's left are expensive to build and often don't make sense if they are servicing too small a population (meaning municipalities can most efficiently manage their trash by sending it to facilities that serve more than one locale).
The Chief Minister was given a detailed briefing about the sanitary landfill site by the Managing Director of Lahore Sold Waste Management Company, Wasim Ajmal, who informed him about the various important aspects of the project.
Mayor Felipe Remollo is determined to close the Candau-ay dump and the establishment of a sanitary landfill in a 3.
Do we stick to sanitary landfills or do we modernize our landfill system just like in other countries?
Unlike the now-shuttered Naameh sanitary landfill southwest of Beirut, Bsalim only accepts what is known as inert waste -- meaning garbage that will not decompose and cause damage to the surrounding environment, like concrete, for example.
This Thursday, the government passed a decree to license the use of public coastal property to create a temporary center for trash treatment and a sanitary landfill in Costa Brava.
The city of Lewisville, Texas, has filed a federal lawsuit to halt operations at the Camelot Sanitary Landfill, claiming the site is an "open dump" and is contaminating a nearby river.
The facilities, installed some 35km away in the south-west of downtown Al Ain, include a clinical waste incinerator, fallen stock incinerator, sanitary landfill and a crushing plant.
The sanitary landfill system has proven successful for large and small communities where land is available.