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Process design manual : municipal sludge landfills

This manual provides general guidance and a source of information to be used in the planning, design, and operation of a landfill receiving municipal wastewater treatment plant sludge. Major alternative sludge landfilling methods are identified and described. Guidance is given on the selection of the landfilling method which is best suited for a given combination of sludge characteristics and site conditions. For each landfilling method, the following features are addressed: public participation program, site selection, design, operation, monitoring, completed site, management, and costs.

TitleProcess design manual : municipal sludge landfills
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1978
AuthorsWalsh, J., EPA -Washington, DC, US
VolumeEPA/625/1-78/010
PaginationVarious paging : tab. fig.
Date Published1978-10-01
PublisherUS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordscase studies, cost benefit analysis, municipal wastewater, sanitary landfills, sdisan, sewage effluent, sludge management
Abstract

This manual provides general guidance and a source of information to be used in the planning, design, and operation of a landfill receiving municipal wastewater treatment plant sludge. Major alternative sludge landfilling methods are identified and described. Guidance is given on the selection of the landfilling method which is best suited for a given combination of sludge characteristics and site conditions. For each landfilling method, the following features are addressed: public participation program, site selection, design, operation, monitoring, completed site, management, and costs.

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