The municipal waste treatment facilities are industrial in nature and subject to integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC), with strict legal obligations arising from the environmental licensing of the installations, as well as the sectoral legislation in force.
Below we list some of the major concerns manifested by communities in the intervention areas, as well as mitigation and mitigation measures
1. Monitoring of the units in the exploration phase and after sealing / closing
2. Leachate control
3. Noise control
After ensuring compliance with the maximum exposure criterion and the discomfort criterion, new monitoring is carried out whenever necessary, in particular in the following cases:
4. Odor and dust control
Therefore, there are several measures to control this drawback:
Another possible drawback of urban waste treatment is dust, which appears when there is no precipitation - when this happens, the access to the work front is provided with the necessary frequency, in order to avoid the formation of dust clouds in the passage of discharge vehicles.
ANNUAL IMPLEMENTED MONITORING CAMPAIGN
In order to respond to the legal obligations and to the effective environmental control of the units, a monitoring program is carried out annually, which includes all the impacts described above and others.