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Hydrologic implications of solid-waste disposal

Schneider, William Joseph

Hydrologic implications of solid-waste disposal

by Schneider, William Joseph

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Published by [U.S. Geological Survey] in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- United States.,
    • Hydrology -- United States.,
    • Sanitary landfills.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 10.

      Statementby William J. Schneider.
      SeriesWater in the urban environment, Geological Survey circular 601-F, Geological Survey circular ;, 601-F.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE75 .C5 no. 601-F
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 10 p.
      Number of Pages10
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4855046M
      LC Control Number75610735

        7. Social implications of solid waste management in Mexico. The increase in the number of people who live at or in the landfills (dumpsites) is a result of the economic deprivation of a wide range of social classes within the country, as well as the inefficient ways with which public and private funds in public sanitation systems are used. F. Farrell, D.F., Broussard, W.L., Anderson, H.W., Jr., and Hult, M.F., , Water resources of the Cedar River watershed, southeastern Minnesota: U.S. Geological.

      Ten years of hydrologic research have been conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey at a commercial low-level radioactive-waste disposal site near Sheffield, Illinois. Research included studies of microclimate, evapotranspiration, and tritium release by plants; runoff and land modification; water movement through a trench cover; water and tritium movement in the unsaturated zone; gases in the. scientific disposal of solid waste includes-the population in areas where there is no proper waste disposal method, especially the pre-school children, waste workers and workers in facilities producing toxic and infectious mate- rials. Other high-risk group includes population living close to the waste dump [2]. In particular, organic domes-.

      waste management facilities, which hinders the safe disposal of all waste streams. Although estimates put the number of waste handling facilities at more than , significant numbers of these are unpermitted. The definition of waste derived from NEM:WA states that.   Solid waste disposal is one of those rare endeavors where success breeds anonymity. To the credit of local waste management agencies and contractors, their service is highly inconspicuous in northeastern Illinois. This low profile belies the importance and complexity of efficient trash collection, and veils many impacts of municipal solid waste.


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