Meaning Landfill
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Décharge
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A modern engineered way to deposit waste into the ground and still protect the environment. As the landfill is built, the base of the cell is lined with a protective layer and materials are installed [..]
Source: wm.com

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A landfill that has been permitted by a state regulatory agency to accept Construction and Demolition waste. This type of landfill must have properties and design features specific to this type of lan [..]
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Wastes that exhibit certain characteristics may be regulated by RCRA. A waste may be considered hazardous if it is ignitable (i.e., burns readily), corrosive, or reactive (e.g., explosive). Waste may [..]
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A landfill that has been permitted by a state regulatory agency to accept municipal solid waste. This type of landfilling must have properties and design features specific to this type of landfill tha [..]
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1916, from land (n.) + fill (n.). A euphemism for dump (n.).
Source: etymonline.com

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/ˈlændˌfɪl/ noun plural landfills landfill /ˈlændˌfɪl/ noun plural landfills Learner's definition of LANDFILL 1  [noncount] : a system in which waste materials are buried under the g [..]
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site where garbage is layered with dirt and other absorbing material to prevent contamination of the surrounding land or water.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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The permanent disposal of waste into the ground, by the filling of man-made voids or similar features, or the construction of landforms above ground level (land-raising).
Source: planningportal.co.uk

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Land waste disposal site in which waste is generally spread in thin layers, compacted, and covered with a fresh layer of soil each day. [4]
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a location for the disposal of human waste be it domestic, commercial or industrial. May be a brownfield site such as an old quarry which is filled in, or a purpose-built hole in the ground.
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disposal of rubbish by burying it and covering it over with soil
Source: gcsegeography.co.uk

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Landfill is disposing of solid waste into or onto land. A landfill tax applies to all waste disposed of at a licensed landfill site.
Source: sterlingcapitalreserve.co.uk

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A landfill is a solid waste disposal site where waste is deposited below, at or above ground level. Limited to engineered sites with cover materials, controlled placement of waste and management of li [..]
Source: climatehotmap.org

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an open area where trash is buried
Source: worldatlas.com

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Landfill is a disposal site or part of a site at which refuse is deposited.
Source: kingcounty.gov

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A method for final disposal of solid waste on land. The refuse is spread and compacted and a cover of soil applied so that effects on the environment (including public health and safety) are minimized [..]
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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A location on land where wastes are placed for permanent disposal.
Source: legacy.azdeq.gov

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An area of land or an excavation in which wastes are placed for permanent disposal.
Source: deq.idaho.gov

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A site for waste storage where waste is spread in thin layers and covered with soil.
Source: theconscientioushome.net

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A site that is specially designed to dispose of waste and operates with a licence granted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA reviews licences and, with local authorities, monitors l [..]
Source: epa.ie

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a method of waste disposal wherein materials are buried. Present environmental protection laws require the burial sites to be constructed with impermeable barriers, such as clay or plastic liners, to prevent hazardous wastes or pollutants from escaping to the surrounding soils or air.
Source: amyhremleyfoundation.org

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Area in which materials such as tailings or waste rock are stored indefinitely.
Source: lkab.com

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A landfill is a disposal facility where waste is placed in or on land.
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a site for the disposal of waste by burial.
Source: ecan.govt.nz

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Sanitary landfills are disposal sites for non-hazardous solid wastes spread in layers, compacted to the smallest practical volume, and covered by material applied at the end of each operating day. Sec [..]
Source: scienzagiovane.unibo.it

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An engineering method of disposing of waste on land in an environmentally acceptable manner. Waste is compacted to the smallest practicable volume and covered with earth at the end of each working day [..]
Source: epa.nsw.gov.au

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a large, outdoor area for waste disposal; landfills where waste is exposed to the atmosphere (open dumps) are now illegal; in "sanitary" landfills, waste is layered and covered with soil.
Source: wef.org

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an area where garbage is collected and covered by a layer of earth. landscape
Source: audubonadventures.org

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an area of land or an excavation where wastes are placed for permanent disposal
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solid waste disposal in which refuse is buried between layers of soil, a method often used to reclaim low-lying ground; the word is sometimes used as a noun to refer to the waste itself.
Source: liquisearch.com

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(dump or tip and historically as a midden) - a site for the disposal of waste materials by burial and is the oldest form of waste treatment.
Source: liquisearch.com

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The disposal of refuse by tipping it on land. Often the refuse is used to fill in old mine workings or low-lying land, to reclaim land from water or to create a feature on flat land. If the refuse is [..]
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Final replacement of waste in or on the land in a controlled or uncontrolled way  according to different sanitary, environmental protection and other safety requirements.
Source: statistics.gov.my

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Disposal of waste into the ground, including the construction of landforms above ground level (land raising). Land raising    
Source: communityplanning.net

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A method for final disposal of solid waste on land. The refuse is spread and compacted and a cover of soil applied so that effects on the environment (including public health and safety) are minimized [..]
Source: green-networld.com

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, April 2007, for additional information.
Source: reformsports.com

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A disposal facility where waste is placed in or on land. Sanitary landfills are disposal sites for non-hazardous solid wastes. The waste is spread in layers, compacted to the smallest practical volume [..]
Source: contaminatedsite.com

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A location for the deposal or burial of waste material.
Source: rgs.org

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