Solid household waste characterization and fresh leachate treatment: Case of Kasba Tadla city, Morocco

@article{Benyoucef2015SolidHW,
  title={Solid household waste characterization and fresh leachate treatment: Case of Kasba Tadla city, Morocco},
  author={Fatima Benyoucef and Abdelhadi Makan and Abderrahman El Ghmari and Aziz Ouatmane},
  journal={Environmental Engineering Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={363-369}
}
This study aims to characterize solid household waste and to present physicochemical characteristics of fresh leachate before landfilling in Kasba Tadla city, Morocco. Obtained results show that household waste produced in 2013 were about 11,787 tons, or 0.27 tons/capita/year. These wastes were composed essentially of organic materials (74%), paper (8%), plastics (9%), metals (1%), and glass (0.5%). However, monthly produced leachate ranges from a maximum of 130.92 m 3 during summer and a… 
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