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Landfill Leachate
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    • Landfill leachate is an important pollution factor resulting from municipal landfill sites. Due to low biodegradability, high nitrogen content and other possible toxic components of the leachate, the co-treatment of leachate on conventional municipal wastewater (WW) treatment plants is undesirable. Low-cost on-site treatment methods as well as possibilities of leachate reuse as a fertiliser for the growth of energy crops would present a solution to this problem...

    Maja Zupančič Justinet al. Combined purification and reuse of landfill leachate by constructed we...

    • Landfill leachate is a toxic effluent of a decomposing landfill that is produced when rainwater percolates through the landfill leaching out contaminants and pollutants. Untreated leachate is a potential source for the contamination of soil, surface and ground water. In this study, the treatment processes such as granular activated carbon (GAC) adsorption/bio-sorption (batch), and advanced oxidation processes (AOP) viz. photocatalysis and Fenton’s process were evaluated and compared by using synthetic landfill leachate (SLL) as a contaminant...

    Javeed Mohammed Abdulet al. Comparison of granular activated carbon bio-sorption and advanced oxid...

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