A landfill, also known as a dump (US) or a tip (UK), is a site for the disposal of waste materials by burial and is the oldest form of waste treatment. Historically, landfills are the most common methods of organized waste disposal and remain so in many places around the world.
Landfills may include internal waste disposal sites (where a producer of waste carries out their own waste disposal at the place of production) as well as sites used by many producers.
Many landfills are also used for other waste management purposes, such as the temporary storage, consolidation and transfer, or processing of waste material (sorting, treatment, or recycling).
Most modern landfills are classified according to the type(s) of waste material disposed of into them.
Hazardous waste landfill: waste disposal units constructed to specific design criteria and which receive wastes meeting the local definition of hazardous waste.
These landfills are generally constructed to be secure repositories for material that presents a serious hazard to human health, such as high-level radioactive waste.
They are restricted, by permit or law, to the types of waste that they may handle (chemical vs. radioactive, liquid vs. dry).
We have had firsthand experience in developing the secured landfill site right from the site selection phase upto the closure point.
The site selection, hauling of waste etc are all given a complete circle of thoughts to provide the clients with the most feasible solution for their waste disposal as well as no disturbance to the local authorities.
Our site development is based on the type and quantity of waste to be handled.
We provide the solutions for waste handling which are of international standard taking in view all the possible alternatives for the problems.
We cater to the needs of client, giving them the value added for their resources employed.