treatment of waste graphical paper, unsanitary landfill, hyperarid infiltration class (-250mm), UPR, ecoinvent 3.6, Undefined

Categories:
ISIC4 categories:
E:Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities/38:Waste collection, treatment and disposal activities; materials recovery/382:Waste treatment and disposal/3821:Treatment and disposal of non-hazardous waste
Location:
GLO - Global
Reference year: 2006 - 2012
Description

Location: GLO - Global
This dataset represents the activity of waste disposal of waste graphical paper in a unsanitary landfill. Recommended use of this dataset: For paper, which goes to disposal as part of managed communal waste mixture. Larger amounts of *already separated* paper could go to recycling, depending on country-specific situation. // Waste composition (wet, in ppm): upper heating value 16.61 MJ/kg; lower heating value 14.12 MJ/kg; H2O 110830; O 378670; H 53852; C 404000; S 1406.7; N 3756.6; P 112.95; B 17.19; Cl 1837.5; Br n.a.; F 19.468; I n.a.; Ag 0.047733; As 2.0485; Ba 114.24; Cd 1.6629; Co 0.7359; Cr 14.461; Cu 60.893; Hg 0.13902; Mn 40.221; Mo 4.2976; Ni 9.4431; Pb 80.374; Sb 0.70911; Se 2.5786; Sn n.a.; V n.a.; Zn 124.8; Be 0.97413; Sc n.a.; Sr 58.276; Ti 171.9; Tl 1.719; W n.a.; Si 21255; Fe 1188.4; Ca 3438.1; Al 12391; K 1327.5; Mg 4297.6; Na 918.83; . // Share of carbon in waste that is biogenic 100%. Share of metals in waste not oxidised and bulk-recyclable (exclude very small or thin parts) Iron: 0%; Alu: 0%; Copper: 0%. Overall degradability of waste during 100 years: 27%.
Undefined unit processes (UPRs) are the unlinked, multi-product activity datasets that form the basis for all of the system models available in the ecoinvent database. This is the way the datasets are obtained and entered into the database by the data providers. These activity datasets are useful for investigating the environmental impacts of a specific activity (gate-to-gate), without regard to its upstream or downstream impacts.

Technology

This is an inventory for an unsanitary, sub-controlled landfill for municipal solid waste. Ultimate average landfill height is 15 meters. Operation phase duration is 25 years.Percentage of landfill gas directly emitted is 100w%.
Leachate of the landfill is not treated. Leachate flow is upward to the surface due to net negative infiltration. No leachate treatment can be performed. Based on average waste composition and climate data the end of carbonate phase is estimated to be reached 6681 years after waste deposition. Arid conditions at this location prompt formation of evaporites from landfill contents which are partially eroded by wind. It is assumed that 10% of these evaporites are eroded by wind and airborne. Initial decay in the first 100 years of this waste results in a wind erosion rate corresponding to 319.1 g/m2.year and long-term decay corresponds to wind erosion of 16.11 g/m2.year.

Process type
Unit
Supported nomenclature
ecoinvent 3.6
LCI modeling approach
Before modeling
Multifunctional modeling
NONE
Format
ECOSPOLD2
Aggregation type
NOT_APPLICABLE
Data provider
ecoinvent
Review status
External
Cost
For sale
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