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Category > Law Posted 13 Jul 2017 My Price 9.00

Navigate to the CSU Online Library and review some articles on landfills and on compost piles.

1)    Navigate to the CSU Online Library and review some articles on landfills and on compost piles. This assignment is not about summarizing these operations but about analyzing and comparing the differences between these two fundamental principles of solid waste management. Describe when and why each of these fundamentals is appropriate for use to manage municipal solid waste. Include in your discussion details about the differences of microbial mechanisms, the end products of degradation, and of factors that help and harm the performance of these operations. How effective is each one?

 

2)    A community of 62,000 does not have a municipal recycling program, and they it sends all of their its refuse to the municipal landfill. Will the landfill generate enough natural gas to meet the needs of the city if the municipality needs to annually generate 10 million cubic meters of natural gas (methane) and the city collects all of the methane that is generated? How will this affect the population of the city?

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Status NEW Posted 13 Jul 2017 01:07 PM My Price 9.00

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