Leachate pumps and pumping technologies currently in use in landfills in the UK, and worldwide, are listed and explained.
Archive | January, 2011
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The processes which have been consistently successfully applied, for muncipal waste landfill leachate from controlled landfills, are biological nitrification processes designed by specialist leachate process designers.
Leachate extraction embraces landfill site wells and boreholes, pumping systems, plus pipelines, leachate monitoring and control systems.
Leachate recirculation in the form of pumping leachate from the base of a cell back up into the top of the waste has been practised in the past, and continues to be used, at the majority of landfills.
Most landfills still generate leachate, and the first and most obvious action, when leachate starts to appear, is to… Read this to find out more!
Have you ever wondered why leachates can seem so different. Some leachate is cloudy, black, and smells strongly, while at other times it is fairly odorless and amber coloured?
Leachate landfills – general information about leachate, and how it is present in landfilled waste, affects landfills, and is collected.
Landfill Operators must watch out for any landfills leachate accumulating in their landfills. This is to avoid finding that large volumes of leachate have collected which may escape and threaten to the local water environment. The solution is given here.