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Landfill Gas Articles

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Specified Risks in Enclosed Spaces

Differential Absorption LiDAR

Hazard Detection

Gas Detection Past and Present

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Subsurface Landfill Gas Monitoring

Powering the Nation On Landfill Gases

2012-07-27 EHS News: The transformation of waste management From their initial creation to strictly controlling Directives, Rid Hollands gives us an insight into landfill gases. Background The UK produces approximately 7

Landfill Gas Projects Under The CDM

The climate is changing. This poses a serious threat to the world’s environment, and is expected to negatively impact on human activities. Today it is widely accepted amongst the scientific community that anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases are a key cause of the changes in the Earth’s climate over the last 100 years and that prompt action is necessary. Responses to climate change range from efforts made by individuals and firms to reduce their carbon footprints, to unprecedented international cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This article looks in detail at one of these international actions - the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) which involves the implementation of emission reducing projects in developing countries - with a focus on how landfill gas projects are being given a much-needed boost in developing countries.

Principles of Landfill Odour Emission and Control

Throughout most countries in Europe by far the greatest proportion of waste is disposed of to landfill. In the UK this represents approximately 83% of all waste disposed. Odours from landfill represent the single highest cause of complaint from waste management processes in the UK. These concerns also represent one of the most commonly cited reasons for refusal of extensions and applications for landfill operations. So is this a problem that we should be concerned with or an issue that will fade away as our dependency on landfill reduces and new technologies contribute to managing waste.

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Where In the World Does Your Waste Go

Waste: the bottom line is that we produce too much of it. The reality is that millions of tonnes of it - from households, businesses and industry - still go straight to the bin and are, in turn, buried in landfill sites every year. And these sites are filling up; which is whythe EU has set a number of targets to ensure we look at other, more sustainable ways to manage our waste.

 

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