Martial recycling from renewable landfill and associated risks: A review.

@article{Ziyang2015MartialRF,
  title={Martial recycling from renewable landfill and associated risks: A review.},
  author={Lou Ziyang and Wang Luochun and Zhu Nanwen and Zhao Youcai},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2015},
  volume={131},
  pages={91-103}
}
Landfill is the dominant disposal choice for the non-classified waste, which results in the stockpile of materials after a long term stabilization process. A novel landfill, namely renewable landfill (RL), is developed and applied as a strategy to recycle the residual materials and reuse the land occupation, aim to reduce the inherent problems of large land occupied, materials wasted and long-term pollutants released in the conventional landfill. The principle means of RL is to accelerate the… CONTINUE READING

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