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Moisture flux through the Billings landfill

by Jon C. Reiten

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Published by Montana University System, Water Resources Center] in [Bozeman, Mont .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Sanitary landfills -- Environmental aspects -- Montana -- Billings.,
  • Refuse disposal facilities -- Environmental aspects -- Montana -- Billings.,
  • Sanitary landfills -- Leaching -- Montana -- Billings.,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Montana -- Billings.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jon Reiten.
    SeriesReport -- no. 176, Report (Montana University System. Water Resources Center) -- no. 176.
    ContributionsMontana University System. Water Resources Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23320202M
    OCLC/WorldCa35788942

    Slagging is a form of destruction that occurs from the buildup of a layer or deposit of flux on the refractory surface. This flux is composed of oxides of sodium, potassium, iron, calcium, and other elements from the burning waste. The increased weight of this bonded and fused layer of buildup causes the refractories to fail. The soil moisture/density relationship is critical to proper liner con- struction. The compaction moisture content should always be wet of the optimum compaction moisture content and the plastic limit of the soil. The optimum moisture and the .

    The quantity of leachate produced is a function of the moisture content of the waste itself and the volume of water added through infiltration and percolation from surface and ground sources. Leachate is being recycled in some installations to enhance biodegradation in the landfill by providing nutrients and water. The methane (CH 4) generation rate constant (k value, yr −1) is an essential parameter when using first-order decay (FOD) landfill gas (LFG) generation models to estimate CH 4 generation from landfills. Four categories of waste (street cleansing, mixed bulky, shredder, and sludge waste) with a low-organic content, as well as temporarily stored combustible waste, were Cited by:

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Conventional landfills are operated to minimize the amount of moisture infiltrating into the waste (dry cell concept). Landfill bioreactors, however, are designed and operated to enhance the biodegradation process by increasing waste moisture levels within the landfill (Reinhart and Townsend, ).The moisture content (MC) of solid waste is increased by the Cited by:   Landfill gas is produced through the natural bacterial breakdown of organic waste at municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills.

It is about half methane with the remainder being mostly carbon dioxide, and smaller amounts of nitrogen, oxygen, water vapor, and trace amounts of other contaminants. The gas is wet and dirty. In the Ministry of Environment released the first edition of the “Landfill Criteria for Municipal Solid Waste” (“Criteria”).

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The history of the Solid Waste Division for the City of Billings begins in with the introduction and usage of a horse drawn buggy.

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SW go to the landfill, as do the yard wastes. The sludges are dried and applied on land (not into the landfill), and the C&D wastes are used to fill a large ate the diversion. Solution 1: If the calculation is on the basis of MSW, the total waste generated is tons per year.

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approach is being used today, where there is an attempt, through the use of inexpensive bottom liners and landfill covers, to initially isolate the wast e from moisture in a “dry tomb” approach. A minimum Subtitle D landfill is a plastic sheeting and compacted clay lined landfill that, at best, only postpones when groundwater pollution occurs.

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BILLINGS, Mont. -- By the end of this month, the backside of the Billings Regional Landfill may begin to resemble a refinery. kg/day moisture release Moisture Transport in Context ¾30’ x 40’ x 8’ tall basement (all surfaces— overpredicting of moisture flux) Family of 4 (all activities) kg/day Janu © Building Science Corporation Footing Capillary Breaks 10 © Building Science Corporation www.

Energy flow analysis and thermal degradation of municipal solid waste was carried out using differential scanning calorimetry and thermo-gravimetric analyzer. To ensure reasonable vehicle turnaround times, the Landfill Attendant instructs the landfill Tippers to dump their loads in the selected working area of the tipping face.

The Landfill Attendant helps direct traffic and ensures that the heavy equipment (e.g. Landfill Compactor) does not come into contact with vehicles disposing of Size: 2MB.anelectricalresistancesensor ea,rta,*,a,norb, A moisture sensor for measurement of in situ moisture content of solid waste in landfills was inserted through the top plug for gas sampling.

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