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The EPA proposal would require some new municipal solid waste landfills to capture two-thirds of their methane and air toxics emissions by 2023, 13 percent more than current requirements.
is proposing updates to its air standards for new municipal solid waste landfills.
Landfill gas (or bio gas) is created when organic material decomposes in a municipal solid waste landfill.
Landfills that receive only C&D wastes are not subject to the same strict federal requirements as municipal solid waste landfills.
05 per ton, an amount, according to EPA, comparable to the cost for closure of an uncontaminated municipal solid waste landfill.
Environmental Protection agency issued final regulations on the financial assurance provisions for local government owners and operators of municipal solid waste landfill facilities.
The October 1996 deadline is closing fast for compliance to Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act with regards to municipal solid waste landfill closures and management.
Consequently, growing public concern over the safe operation of landfills led the United States government to enact legislation requiring municipal solid waste landfill (MSWLF) owners and operators to implement programs for the safe operation, closure and post-closure care of MSWLFs.