Emerging sustainable technologies for remediation of soils and groundwater in a municipal solid waste landfill site -- A review

Volume: 227, Pages: 681 - 702
Published: Jul 1, 2019
Abstract
Remediation of soils and groundwater in a municipal solid wastes (MSW) landfill site emerges as a global challenge to the living environment on earth with significant market potential. Unlike contaminants in an industry or agricultural site, contaminants from MSW landfills are diverse, primarily consisting of chemical oxygen demand (COD), inorganic matter (ammonia-nitrogen, nitrate-nitrogen, total phosphorus) and heavy metals. This renders new...
Paper Details
Title
Emerging sustainable technologies for remediation of soils and groundwater in a municipal solid waste landfill site -- A review
Published Date
Jul 1, 2019
Volume
227
Pages
681 - 702
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