At 4620 square miles, Path District, Oregon is almost as extensive as the Condition of Connecticut and is home to somewh

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The secured tidal pond can securely save to 2.3 million gallons of leachate. ... The decommissioned previous leachate tidal pond highlighted in blue now holds crisp ...

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At 4620 square miles, Lane County, Oregon is almost as extensive as the State of Connecticut and is home to nearly 336,000 occupants. Short Mountain Landfill, found eight miles south of Eugene, gets squander from the whole area. Waste is pulled from to the extent Florence in the east and McKenzie Bridge in the west. It gets squander from16 province worked exchange destinations. It additionally gets squander straightforwardly from business squander haulers. Next slide...

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Short Mountain Landfill is situated on a 540 section of land site by Interstate-5. The office gets around 800 tons of trash for each day. Next slide...

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This June 2006 ethereal photograph demonstrates the impression of the landfill. The present range of the landfill impression is 86 sections of land. Next slide...

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Although the name Short Mountain alludes to the slope situated toward the north of the site, the landfill itself rises roughly 160 feet over the valley floor – genuinely a pile of waste. Next slide...

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The initial three transfer cells highlighted in orange speak to improvement of the landfill from its opening in 1976 through 2004. The 14 section of land "Stage IV" transfer cell (yellow) opened in August 2004, and is relied upon to give transfer ability to Lane County through 2007. Next slide...

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SML SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN Phase X Phase IX Phase XI Phase VIII Phase VII Phase VI Phase V Phase IV Phase I/II Phase III Long-go plans anticipate conclusion of the last cell - Phase XI – around the year 2088. Next slide...

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CELL DEVELOPMENT Next slide...

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CELL DEVELOPMENT Next slide...

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CELL DEVELOPMENT Next slide...

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CELL DEVELOPMENT Next slide...

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As parts of the landfill achieve last heights, they are "shut" by covering the surface with a thick plastic liner which is then secured with soil and planted with grass. A Next slide...

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CELL CLOSURE B Next slide...

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CELL CLOSURE C Next slide...

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Active transfer cells are worked to stringent determinations directed by the Department of Environmental Quality. A mind boggling base liner framework is intended to counteract leachate (water that permeates through the landfill) from sullying groundwater, and an accumulation framework courses leachate to a capacity tidal pond. A different system of channels gathers methane created in the landfill for use in producing power. Methane is funneled to a power era plant Next slide... Leachate is channeled to a lined stockpiling tidal pond

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The methane-to-power plant has four turbine motors that create enough power to control around 1200 homes. The plant is worked by Emerald People's Utility District (EPUD). Next slide...

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In this view, the current leachate stockpiling tidal pond is highlighted in green. The secured tidal pond can securely stockpile to 2.3 million gallons of leachate. Amid blustery Western Oregon winters, that is somewhat more than two month of leachate creation. Next slide... The decommissioned previous leachate tidal pond highlighted in blue now holds crisp water.

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This photograph, taken from the highest point of the landfill, demonstrates the secured leachate capacity tidal pond (white) alongside the new water tidal pond. Past the leachate stockpiling tidal pond you can see part of the wetland relief territory for the landfill situated toward the south of the Camas Swale Creek. Between the river and the landfill there are a few groundwater checking wells. include slide from top view for leachate tidal pond and QP Next slide...

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Short Mt. Landfill offers the main endorsed transfer site in Lane County for friable asbestos. The asbestos transfer territory (in red) is likewise utilized for transfer of sharps (hypodermic needles and comparable restorative squanders). Next slide...

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notwithstanding its landfill capacities, the site is utilized by open security offices for guns and other preparing (yellow) Next slide...

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