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Effects of Placement Conditions on Decomposition of Municipal Solid Wastes in Cold Regions
Current Practices in Cold Regions Engineering
The effects of placement practices on decomposition of wastes were investigated at Anchorage Regional Landfill (Anchorage, Alaska) since 2002. Temperatures and gas concentrations of wastes placed at various seasons were monitored. Wastes were placed at sub-freezing temperatures during cold seasons. Waste temperatures generally increased upon placement. High variation was observed in waste temperatures near the surface whereas steady temperatures were obtained at depth. High maximum stabledoi:10.1061/40836(210)48 fatcat:jjwlwzxgnrfkvl5nywsxfspzee