Evaluation of iso-butyric acid and acetic acid in landfill leachate emissions-Mid Auchencarroch experimental design

TELEMACHUS KOLIOPOULOS, M.D.G. Koliopoulou

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Abstract

The biodegradation of Mid Auchencarroch experimental landfill project is studied in four different cells. This paper analyses the effects of waste pretreatment and different waste management techniques on characteristic organic acids emissions and biomass biodegradation stages. The variations of the examining experimental landfill emissions are presented and analyzed. The experimental Mid Auchencarroch's data confirm that waste pretreatment, co-disposal with inert material and leachate recirculation are sustainable and accelerate the waste biodegradation, protecting public health from associated landfill emissions' risks.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1153-1162
Number of pages9
JournalAsian Journal of Chemistry
Volume20
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2008

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Chemical Water Pollutants
Butyric Acid
Biodegradation
Land fill
Acetic Acid
Design of experiments
Organic acids
Public health
Waste management
Waste disposal
Biomass

Keywords

  • landfill biotechnology
  • landfill organic acids
  • solid waste biodegradation
  • solid waste management
  • public health
  • experimental landfill design

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