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Successful sanitary landfill siting county of San Bernardino, California / by by Nancy G Dunne

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency in [Washington] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sanitary landfills -- California -- San Bernardino

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Edition Notes

StatementNancy G. Dunne
SeriesSolid waste management ; SW-617
ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14887393M

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successful sanitary landfill siting: county of san bernardino, califomia.   To set the stage for a successful siting process, the International City/County Management Association, Washington, D.C., and S. Carolyn Konheim, author of The Highest Hurdle: Public Acceptance of. Successful sanitary landfill siting: county of San Bernardino, California / by. By Nancy G. Dunne and United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Sanitary landfills.   Spatially, successful landfill siting is a tricky task since it depends upon several factors and domains, such as distance from archeological sites, urban area and transportation routes (Nas et al., ). Among GIS applications, landfill site suitability remains crucial practice for solid waste management in urban areas.

  The development of sanitary landfill years ago was one of the single most important steps in waste management minimising the adverse effects of poor solid waste disposal methods. Landfill is a public facility where people do not visit. It is a city’s backyard and remains out of public sight. Landfill costs continue to increase as regulations have been tightening, in part due to the frequent public opposition to the siting of new landfills (Bierman and Rosen, ). Landfill operators demand higher solids content and suitable shear stress characteristics as conditions for tipping. Landfills: Selected full-text books and articles The American West at Risk: Science, Myths, and Politics of Land Abuse and Recovery By Howard G. Wilshire; Jane E. Nielson; Richard W. Hazlett Oxford University Press,   C. Kara, N. Doratli, “Application of GIS/AHP in siting sanitary landfill: a case study in Northern Cyprus”, Waste Management & Research, Vol. 30, No. 9, pp. , T. L. Saaty, “The analytic hierarchy and analytic network processes for the measurement of intangible criteria and for decision-making”, in: Multiple Criteria Decision.

This bibliography includes papers, books, and articles covering many of these topics. Attitude consistency and change in a sanitary landfill controversy. J. R. Sheaffer and G. S. Tolley. In Decision making and solid waste disposal: final report. Chicago, University of ChicagOj Apr. 30, Successful sanitary landfill siting. The Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of (RCRA) established general standards for landfill siting including controls for detecting site impacts on water quality, siting in flood. Europe has somewhere between , and , landfill sites, with an estimated 90% of them being "non-sanitary" landfills, predating the EU Landfill Directive of /31/EC (Jones et al., ). Finally two books can be recommended for more information about sanitary landfilling: Guidelines for an Appropriate Management of Sanitary Landfill Sites [7] - Sanitary Landfilling: Process, Technology and Environmental Impact [8] The first provides many practical recommendations for countries at the beginning of modern waste.