JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Estimation of Landfill Stabilization using Carbon-based Mass Balance Evaluation
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Estimation of Landfill Stabilization using Carbon-based Mass Balance Evaluation
Chun, Seung-Kyu;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
In order to evaluate landfill stabilization based on organic carbon, stoichiometric analysis and a biological methane potential (BMP) test based on modeling were performed at the 2nd Sudokwon Landfill Site. Mass balance analysis through a BMP test proved to be more adaptable for evaluation, and it showed that 28.9% of landfill organic carbon was expected to remain by 2046, 30 years after landfill closure. The organic carbon ratio of total landfill waste for 2046 is forecasted as 2.9% in demolition waste and 5.1% in household waste, and, if one were to consider plastic as an organic waste, the ratios would increase to 15.9% and 28.3%, respectively. Therefore, it seems that organic matter biodegradation facilitating measures such as bioreactor landfill technology and preemptive recovery of combustible waste are necessary to shorten post closure management periods and to meet the landfill stabilization guidelines more safely.
 Keywords
Landfill stabilization;Mass balance;Organic carbon;Landfill gas model;
 Language
English
 Cited by
 References
1.
Aguilar-Virgen, Q., Taboada-González, P., Ojeda-Benítez, S., and Cruz-Sotelo, S., 2014, Power generation with biogas from municipal solid waste: Prediction of gas generation with in situ parameters, Renew. Sustainable Energy Reviews, 30, 414.

2.
Ahmed, A.T., Khalid, H.A., Ahmed, A.A., and Chen, D., 2010, A lysimeter experimental study and numerical characterisation of the leaching of incinerator bottom ash waste. Waste Manage., 30(8-9), 1537-1538.

3.
Amini, H.R., Reinhart, D.R., and Mackie, K.R., 2012, Determination of first-order landfill gas modeling parameters and uncertainties. Waste Manage., 32(2), 305-306. crossref(new window)

4.
Bade Shrestha, S.O. and Narayanan, G., 2008, Landfill gas with hydrogen addition - A fuel for SI engines, Fuel, 87(17-18), 3617.

5.
Barlaz, M.A., Chanton, J.P., and Green, R.B., 2009, Controls on landfill gas collection efficiency: Instantaneous and lifetime performance, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc., 59(12), 1401-1402.

6.
Chun, S.K., 2010, A study on the uncertainty analysis of first order decay model for landfill gas, Korea So. Waste Manage., 27(8), 728.

7.
De Gioannis, G., Muntoni, A., Cappai, G., and Milia, S., 2009, Landfill gas generation after mechanical biological treatment of municipal solid waste. Estimation of gas generation rate constants., Waste Manage., 29(3), 1028.

8.
Deipser, A. and Stegmann, R., 1994, The origin and fate of volatile trace components in municipal solid waste landfills, Waste Manage. Res., 12(2), 131-133.

9.
Faour, A.A., Reinhart, D.R., and You, H., 2007, First-order kinetic gas generation model parameters for wet landfills, Waste Manage., 27(7), 948-953.

10.
Ferguson, C.C., 1993, A hydraulic model for estimating specific surface area in landfill, Waste Manage. Res., 11(3), 227-229. crossref(new window)

11.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), 2007, IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, 3.17.

12.
Komilis, D., Evangelou, A., Giannakis, G., and Lymperis, C, 2012, Revisiting the elemental composition and the calorific value of the organic fraction of municipal solid wastes, Waste Manage., 32(3), 373-376.

13.
Majumdar, D., Ray, S., Chakraborty, S., Rao, P.S., Akolar, A.B., Chowdhury, M., and Srivastava, A., 2014, Emission, speciation, and evaluation of impacts of non-methane volatile organic compounds from open dump site, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc., 64(7), 834. crossref(new window)

14.
Meima, J.A., Naranjo, M.N., and Haarstrick, A., 2008, Sensitivity analysis and literature review of parameters controlling local biodegradation processes in municipal solid waste landfills, Waste Manage, 28(8), 906-911.

15.
Meraz, R.L., Vidales, A.M., and Domínguez, A., 2004, A fractal-like kinetics equation to calculate landfill methane production, Fuel, 83(1), 76-78.

16.
Sialve, B., Bernet, N., and Bernard, O., 2009, Anaerobic digestion of microalgae as a necessary step to make microalgal biodiesel sustainable, Biotechnol. Adv., 27(4), 409-416. crossref(new window)

17.
Smidt, E. and Lechner, P., 2005, Study on the degradation and stabilization of organic matter in waste by means of thermal analyses, Thermochimica Acta, 438(1-2), 27.

18.
Simoe, G.F. and Catapreta, C.A.A., 2013, Monitoring and modeling of long-term settlements of an experimental landfill in Brazil, Waste Manage., 33(2), 423-426.

19.
Sudokwon Landfill Site Management Corp. (SLC), 2004, A Study on The Monitoring Prediction System Building Measures for LFG and Leachate of Sudokwon Landfill Site, p. 210.

20.
Tolaymat, T.M., Green, R.B., Hater, G.R., Barlaz, M.A., Black, P., Bronson D., and Powell, J., 2010, Evaluation of landfill gas decay constant for municipal solid waste landfills operated as bioreactors, J. Air & Waste Manage. Assoc., 60(1), 93.

21.
Trapani, D.D., Bella, G.D., and Viviani, G., 2013, Uncontrolled methane emissions from a MSW landfill surface: Influence of landfill features and side slopes, Waste Manage., 33(10), 2109-2114.

22.
US EPA, 1986, Measurement of Gaseous Emission Rates from Land Surfaces Using an Emission Isolation Flux Chamber User's Guide, 3-11.

23.
Valencia, R., van der Zon, W., Woelders, H., Lubberding, H.J., and Gijzen, H.J., 2009, The effect of hydraulic conditions on waste stabilization in bioreactor landfill simulators, Bioresour. Technol., 100(5), 1756-1760.

24.
Wu, H., Zhao, Y., Long, Y., Zhu, Y., Wang, H., and Lu, W., 2011, Evaluation of the biological stability of waste during landfill stabilization by thermogravimetric analysis and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Bioresource Technol., 102(20), 9404-9407.