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Waste Management Paper No. 27: Landfill Gas A Technical Memorandum Providing Guidance on the Monitoring and Control of Landfill Gas

By: Department of the Environment (DoE)(Author)
82 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Waste Management Paper No. 27: Landfill Gas
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  • Waste Management Paper No. 27: Landfill Gas ISBN: 9780117524880 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 1991 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Landfill gas is the end product of the degradation of biodegradable wastes in a landfill site. Proper management is essential because of the risk of fire and explosion in nearby buildings and also to reduce the risk of asphyxiation. This paper maintains the precautionary approach of the first edition as many aspects of landfill management are still under development. It describes gas formation, composition and migration along with methods of assessing, monitoring and control. The book concludes with information on the options available for its management.

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By: Department of the Environment (DoE)(Author)
82 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
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