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What does SLF stand for?

SLF stands for Sanitary Landfill

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CLOSE TO e1/4600,000 in excess charges will be returned to local authorities in Paphos by the operators of the sanitary landfill in Marathounda, Yeroskipou Mayor Michalis Pavlides said on Saturday.
The project aims to develop capacities at the Ministry of Environment and Baalbek Municipality for the solid waste management; a sanitary landfill will be constructed and the existing dump site in Baalbek will be restored as pilot activities.
The statement said that the one-year-old, $25 million project, which has been being implemented by the Ministry of Environment, UNDP, and the Municipality of Sidon, has managed so far to remove the garbage mountain by replacing it with a sanitary landfill which complies with international environmental standards.
June is the scheduled completion of works on the first sanitary landfill constructed under this administration.
The four recycling facilities -- the Clinical Waste Incinerator (CWI), Fallen Stock Incinerator (FSI) or dead animals, the Sanitary Landfill and the Crushing Plant (SLCP) facility are located on the outskirts of Al Ain city.
Among the topics are system analysis for integrating landfill energy production in regional energy supply, the chemical recovery of flexible polyurethane foam wastes, an index to quantify street cleanliness, a reliability engineering study for a near-surface radioactive waste repository using a genetic algorithm, how to manage bioplastics disposal, applying a static chamber approach to monitor landfill gas emission rates in an Italian sanitary landfill site, an integrated approach to in-situ remediation of a former paint manufacturing facility, and oil shale ash as a catalyst in wastewater treatment in the pulp and paper business.
Third day of 5th Syrian-German Week on Environment focused on the difficulties of building sanitary landfills for waste in the developing countries, upper and lower insulation layers of the landfills in Syria and the technique of collecting gases through benefiting from the German expertise in this field.