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3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN.

A public sanitary waste disposal


system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is calle3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN. A public
sanitary waste disposal
system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is called a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftovers3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN.
A public sanitary waste disposal
system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is called a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftovers3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN.
A public sanitary waste disposal
system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is called a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftovers3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN.
A public sanitary waste disposal
system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is called a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftoversd a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftovers
such as bones, fruit pits, rotten vegetables, spoiled bones
and washed down the drain pipes.
8. After the ground preparation, a LINER should be laid out on
the area enclosed for sanitary landfill. The main purpose is
to prevent the seepage of leachate (dirty water, to cause
liquid to percolate) deep down to the ground water strata.
This consists of soil or composite material such as synthetic
plastic or asphalt sheets.
9. TRENCH METHOD. A method of landfill wherein a tractor
digs a trench with a bulldozer blade and trucks dump the
refuse to it. Then the tractor compacts the refuse thoroughly
and covers it with earth that was dug up earlier. This
method is primarily used on ground level.
10. AREA METHOD. This method of landfill is generally
used on rolling terrain where the existing slope of the land
can be used as a basin. In this method, trucks deposit refuse
over the selected area. Huge, heavy tractors with special
compacting wheels press down the refuse. Then the refuse
is covered with earth hauled in from elsewhere.
11. Collection of human wastes is done by elaborate
systems to carry most liquid sewage to WATER TREATMENT
PLANTS, where the sewage undergoes a series of treatment
steps to remove polluting materials, biological and chemical
contaminants that can harm human health or ecological
systems. The first stage is the trapping or screening of
coarse suspended matter into a grit chamber3. PUBLIC SEWER MAIN. A public sanitary
waste disposal
system consisting of a treatment unit which conveys the raw
waste to the disposal system.
4. A common way of disposing solids is by INCINERATION.
This is a controlled burning of combustible waste. This can
be an effective waste reduction method for 70 percent of all
municipal wastes. If this is operated properly, it can reduce
bulk by 90 to 95 percent. Ash left over is generally disposed
off in a landfill.
5. Another method of disposing municipal solid wastes is by
dumping of refuse at a pre-planned site, compacted and
covered with a layer of earth. This method is called a
SANITARY LANDFILL.
6. When garbage from different floors of a high-rise building is
disposed off from an opening and is directly led to the
basement garbage bin. This is called the RUBBISH CHUTES.
7. GARBAGE DISPOSER. This is a contraption inverted to
dispose leftovers straight from the kitchen sink. Simply turn
on the faucet, flick the power switch and place the leftovers
such as bones, fruit pits, rotten vegetables, spoiled bones
and washed down the drain pipes.
8. After the ground preparation, a LINER should be laid out on
the area enclosed for sanitary landfill. The main purpose is
to prevent the seepage of leachate (dirty water, to cause
liquid to percolate) deep down to the ground water strata.
This consists of soil or composite material such as synthetic
plastic or asphalt sheets.
9. TRENCH METHOD. A method of landfill wherein a tractor
digs a trench with a bulldozer blade and trucks dump the
refuse to it. Then the tractor compacts the refuse thoroughly
and covers it with earth that was dug up earlier. This
method is primarily used on ground level.
10. AREA METHOD. This method of landfill is generally
used on rolling terrain where the existing slope of the land
can be used as a basin. In this method, trucks deposit refuse
over the selected area. Huge, heavy tractors with special
compacting wheels press down the refuse. Then the refuse
is covered with earth hauled in from elsewhere.
11. Collection of human wastes is done by elaborate
systems to carry most liquid sewage to WATER TREATMENT
PLANTS, where the sewage undergoes a series of treatment
steps to remove polluting materials, biological and chemical
contaminants that can harm human health or ecological
systems. The first stage is the trapping or screening of
coarse suspended matter into a grit chamber