Last edited by Durisar
Saturday, April 18, 2020 | History

4 edition of Landfill bioreactor design and operation found in the catalog.

Landfill bioreactor design and operation

Landfill bioreactor design and operation

March 23-24, 1995, Wilmington, Delaware

by

  • 398 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bioreactor landfills -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementpresented in cooperation with Delaware Solid Waste Authority ... [et al.]
    SeriesSeminar publication
    ContributionsDelaware Solid Waste Authority, National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 230 p.
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14480747M
    OCLC/WorldCa38907429

    “The bioreactor landfill: Its status and future.” Waste Management and Research. Townsend, T., and Miller, W. () “Leachate recycle using horizontal injection” Advances in Environmental Research. 2(2) Bioreactor Analysis and Operation. Chapter 9&10 (textbook) - Overview of bioreactors - Modified batch and continuous reactors - Scale up/down - Immobilized cell systems - Operation consideration - Sterilization - Bioreactor Instrumentation and control Bioreactor Analysis and Operation - Fermentation processes - solid state: water content: 40~ 80%, mostly mold fermentation on agriculture 5/5(1).


Share this book
You might also like
Wallis

Wallis

The people of the standing stone

The people of the standing stone

Clan Ross

Clan Ross

Sacrifice as set forth in Scripture.

Sacrifice as set forth in Scripture.

Annual report of the State Board of Health of Illinois

Annual report of the State Board of Health of Illinois

Thirty-five hours of communist tactics

Thirty-five hours of communist tactics

new church and the new Germany

new church and the new Germany

Implementing the Six-Party joint statement and the Korean Peninsula

Implementing the Six-Party joint statement and the Korean Peninsula

A magical fairy world

A magical fairy world

Survey of electrical resistivity measurements on 8 additional pure metals in the temperature range 0 to 273 K

Survey of electrical resistivity measurements on 8 additional pure metals in the temperature range 0 to 273 K

Books and Periodicals Online 2002

Books and Periodicals Online 2002

Address by Cardinal Cahal B. Daly to a meeting of Parliamentary Catholic Community, House of Commons, Westminster.

Address by Cardinal Cahal B. Daly to a meeting of Parliamentary Catholic Community, House of Commons, Westminster.

ide to lambeth archives.

ide to lambeth archives.

Landfill bioreactor design and operation Download PDF EPUB FB2

It pulls together laboratory, pilot, and full-scale experiences into one concise guide to designing and running municipal landfills as bioreactors. Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific design criteria, operation guidelines, and reuse of landfill sites to Cited by: It pulls together laboratory, pilot, and full-scale experiences into one concise Landfill bioreactor design and operation book to designing and running municipal landfills as bioreactors.

Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific design criteria, operation guidelines, and reuse of landfill sites to.

It pulls together laboratory, pilot, and full-scale experiences into one concise guide to designing and running municipal landfills as bioreactors. Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific design criteria, operation guidelines, and reuse of landfill Cited by:   This first-of-its-kind Landfill bioreactor design and operation book provides regulators, designers, landfill owners, and operators with information that supports the utility of landfill bioreactors and provides design and operating criteria essential for the successful application of this : $ Title: Landfill bioreactor design and operation Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific design criteria, operation guidelines, and reuse of landfill sites to avoid having to establish new sites.

This chapter explores the concept of landfill reclamation and the recovery of materials and landfill volume as the final step in bioreactor landfill operation. It outlines the concept of integrating existing technologies to both treat and recover solid waste in bioreactor : Debra R.

Reinhart, Timothy G. Townsend. It pulls together laboratory, pilot, and full-scale experiences into one concise guide to designing and running municipal landfills as bioreactors.

Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific design criteria, operation guidelines, and reuse of landfill sites to 3/5(1). LANDFILL BIOREACTOR DESIGN AND OPERATION DEBRA R.

RE IN HART TIMOTHY G. TOWNSEND LEWIS PUBLISHERS Boca Raton New York. Organization of the Book 5 Chapter 2 — Modern Landfill Fundamentals 7 Introduction 7 Overview of Modern Sanitary Landfills 7 Landfill Containment Systems 9 Chapter 7 — Landfill Bioreactor Design Introduction Cited by: Landfill Bioreactor Design & Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected It pulls together laboratory, pilot, and full-scale experiences into one concise guide to designing and running municipal landfills as bioreactors.

Abstract This chapter briefly discusses landfill design, construction, and operation. It presents siting considerations, regulations, and other important steps before the design stage.

In recent years, the landfill design philosophy has shifted from the dry-storage concept to the bioreactor approach. This book presents detailed approaches in the development, design, operation, and monitoring of sustainable landfills.

Case studies showcasing the benefits and challenges of sustainable landfill technologies are also provided to give the reader additional context. Sustainable landfills implement one or multiple technologies to control and enhance the degradation of waste materials to realize a multitude of potential benefits during or shortly after the landfill’s operating phase.

This book presents detailed approaches in the development, design, operation, and monitoring of sustainable by: Bioreactor Landfill Design • The use of bioreactor technology at landfills can impact all of these phases of design.

• In addition, a design must be provided for the addition of liquids (and perhaps air) into the Size: 1MB. The major design components of a landfill are sub-base, liner, leachate management system, gas management system, final cap, and stormwater management.

Monitoring is an important task during landfill construction/operation and after closure. Leachate, possible leakage through the liner system, groundwater quality.

ABOUT THE BOOK Built upon decades of rigorous field and laboratory testing and experience, Sustainable Practices for Landfill Design and Operation provides an authoritative examination of the critical functions involved in operating municipal landfills more sustainably.

Describes the state-of-the-art techniques and methods involved in the design, operation, preparation and containment of bioreactor systems, taking into account the interrelated effects of variables associated with both upstream and downstream stages of the design process.

The importance of the initial steps in the development of a bioprocess, such as strain and media selection, that have an 5/5(2). So-called “dry tomb” landfill designs produce strata within the bioreactor system with low moisture content.

Although this decreases the amount of leachate, it also severely limits biodegradation, because moisture is a limiting factor for biofilm production and microbial metabolism.

THE BIOREACTOR LANDFILL PARADIGM Frederick G. Pohland, Ph.D., P.E. Professor and Weidlein Chair of Environmental Engineering University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PAUSA EPA Bioreactor Landfills Workshop Arlington, VA.

OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION design, operation. Landfill Bioreactor Design & Operation by Debra R. Reinhart,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation covers the history and background of landfill technology, research studies of actual bioreactor landfills, expected leachate and gas yields, specific.

BIOREACTOR DESIGN BACKGROUND TO BIOREACTORS The main function of a properly designed bioreactor is to provide a controlled environment to achieve optimal growth and/or product formation in the particular cell system employed. Frequently the term “fermenter” is used in the literature to mean “bioreactor”.1–3 TheFile Size: KB.

bioreactor landfill cell is worthy of further research. Re-circulating leachate and augmenting it with additional liquid will increase biodegradation and the need to design and build a landfill gas collection system to capture methane for energy recovery by: 1.

This Bioreactors Landfill Technical/Regulatory Guidance Document is primarily written for decision makers associated with the planning, development, review, and implementation of bioreactor landfills.

The decision makers include, at a minimum, regulators, owners/operators, and consultants. Download Landfill Bioreactor Design & Operation PDF Online Peave PDF Download Landfill Bioreactor Design Operation Download Online.

Ethetr. Read Landfill Bioreactor Design & Operation# PDF Free. Almou [Read Book] Landfill Bioreactor Design & Operation EBook. Wilhelmina. PDF Download Landfill Bioreactor.

Many site specific factors are needed for bioreactor landfill design. Values presented in this report are not presented nor should they be used for design purposes.

Values presented in this report are only for demonstration purposes. 8/16/07 3. This chapter briefly discusses landfill design, construction, and operation.

It presents siting considerations, regulations, and other important steps before the design stage. In recent years, the landfill design philosophy has shifted from the dry-storage concept to the bioreactor approach. In the bioreactor approach, the moisture content of the municipal solid waste (MSW) is increased by Cited by: 1.

Working of a bioreactor landfill. There are three types of bioreactor: aerobic, anaerobic and a hybrid (using both aerobic and anaerobic method). All three mechanisms involve the reintroduction of collected leachate supplemented with water to maintain moisture levels in the landfill.

General Features of Bioreactor Design 9 Table Bioreactor design criteria. Designissue Purpose Designmeans Parameters Gastransferin submergedculture Ensurehighgrowth rate,avoiding oxygenstarvation Reactorgeometry Spargerdesign Baffles Overpressure Impellergeometry Aspectratios K L a OTR OUR CER Mixingefficiency Avoidinggradients ofheat File Size: 8MB.

A bioreactor refers to any manufactured device or system that supports a biologically active environment. In one case, a bioreactor is a vessel in which a chemical process is carried out which involves organisms or biochemically active substances derived from such organisms.

This process can either be aerobic or bioreactors are commonly cylindrical, ranging in size from litres. Design, installation, and operation of an active LFG collection system will be an essential component of any bioreactor operation.

Successful operation of an LFG collection system under wet landfill conditions is difficult, particularly with the potential odor and Clean Air Act compliance issues at stake.

EPA//R/ September Seminar Publication Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation MarchWilmington, Delaware Presented in Cooperation With: Delaware Solid Waste Authority Solid Waste Association of North America Environmental Industry Associations National Renewable Energy Laboratory National Risk Management Research Laboratory Office of Research.

bioreactor types at existing landfills (retrofit) and at those that are being constructed (as built).The following pages describe such technologies and applications. The Bioreactor Landfill: The Future of Landfill Management Small Changes in Landfill Operation Today will Yield Large Environmental Benefits Tomorrow Conventional landfill after.

Membrane bioreactors have been implemented for the treatment of old landfill leachate since the early s. They offer the benefit of both enhanced biotreatment, providing comparable COD removal to the conventional aerobic suspended growth processes at reduced HRTs, and an effluent of low SDI suitable for purification by RO/NF with no further requirement for post-treatment.

How a Bioreactor Landfill Differs from a Conventional Landfill As defined in this paper, a bioreactor landfill is a sanitary landfill that uses enhanced microbiological processes to transform and stabilize the readily and moderately decomposable organic waste constituents within 5 to 10 years of bioreactor process implementation.

TheFile Size: KB. @article{osti_, title = {Design, construction, and monitoring of landfills. Second edition}, author = {Bagchi, A}, abstractNote = {This book is now available in a new edition--updated to keep pace with today`s highly regulated environmental climate.

In addition to probing the best ways to design and build landfills, as well as how their performance is monitored over time. and operation of bioreactor components occurs after landfill operation, and most or all of the waste has been placed.

The methods that can be used for liquids addition are limited compared to as-built bioreac-tors. As described already, a bioreactor landfill may be defined differently depending on the person, con-text, or regulatory program.

"Sustainable Practices for Landfill Design and Operation." Springer. Reinhart, D and Townsend, T (). “Landfill Bioreactor Design and Operation.” CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. pages. Edited Books. Townsend, T, and Solo-Gabriele, H ().

“Environmental Impacts of Treated Wood.” CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. pages. Book. The body of work presented here results from the development of bioreactor landfill design guidelines for the US Environmental Protection Agency’s National Risk Management Laboratory, along with the combined knowledge and experience of the authors pertaining to sustainable practices for design and operation of sanitary landfills.

The performance of combined SHARON-ANAMMOX processes in landfill bioreactor demonstrated good performance in terms of higher nitrogen removal rate (84%), biomass accumulation ( mg/L) and easy operation establishing the feasibility of in situ ammonia nitrogen removal in landfill bioreactors using combined SHARON-ANAMMOX processes.

Cited by: Landfill bioreactors represent a holistic solution to the problems of waste disposal. Introduction. Until recently, municipal solid waste (MSW) management often represented little more than filling an open hole or marshland with various types of waste.

() Landfill bioreactor design and operation. Lewis, New York Google Scholar. Permitting of Landfill Bioreactor Operations: Ten Years after the RD&D Rule EPA//R/ Notice This research was funded by the National Risk Management Research Laboratory (NRMRL) of the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD) under the Sustainable and Healthy Communities Research Program.Assess the state-of-the-practice of bioreactor landfill design, operation, and maintenance; Identify case studies of bioreactor landfill use, especially where data exist for comparison between traditional and bioreactor approaches; Determine long-term monitoring needs for environmental compliance for groundwater, gas emissions, leachate quality.Moved Permanently.

nginx.