sanitary landfill
noun Date: 1968 landfill

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  • sanitary landfill — landfill. [1965 70] * * *       method of controlled disposal of refuse on land. The method was introduced in England in 1912 (where it is called controlled tipping) and involves natural fermentation brought about by microorganisms. Usually the… …   Universalium

  • sanitary landfill — noun a low area where waste is buried between layers of earth • Hypernyms: ↑landfill * * * landfill. [1965 70] …   Useful english dictionary

  • sanitary landfill — san′itary land′fill n. civ landfill 1) • Etymology: 1965–70 …   From formal English to slang

  • sanitary landfill —    A land area where municipal solid waste is buried in a manner engineered to minimize environmental degradation. Commonly the waste is compacted and ultimately covered with soil or other earthy material.    Compare: dump.    GG …   Glossary of landform and geologic terms

  • Rumpke Sanitary Landfill — Coordinates: 39°16′22.08″N 84°35′51.50″W / 39.2728°N 84.597639°W / 39.2728; 84.597639 …   Wikipedia

  • Fresno Municipal Sanitary Landfill — Infobox nrhp | name =Fresno Sanitary Landfill nrhp type =nhl caption = location= Fresno, California locmapin = California lat degrees = 36 lat minutes = 42 lat seconds = 0 lat direction = N long degrees = 119 long minutes = 49 long seconds = 47… …   Wikipedia

  • Landfill — For other uses, see Landfill (disambiguation). Garbage Dump redirects here. For the 1994 rock album, see Garbage Dump. A landfill in Poland A landfill site (also known as tip, dump or rubbish dump and historically as a midden), is a site for the… …   Wikipedia

  • landfill — n. a sanitary landfill * * * [ lændfɪl] a sanitary landfill …   Combinatory dictionary

  • landfill — /land fil /, n. Also called sanitary landfill. 1. a low area of land that is built up from deposits of solid refuse in layers covered by soil. 2. the solid refuse itself. v.i. 3. to create more usable land by this means. v.t. 4. to make (an area… …   Universalium

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