Landfill [noun]

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Those efforts, though, are running up against tight restrictions on the types of projects already approved for those activities, like replanting a forest, capturing landfill gas or growing rice in flooded fields.

Those closures likely sent more cardboard and other recyclable materials to landfills.

The amount of plastic recycled in the United States has increased over the last few decades — but those levels still pale in comparison with the amount of plastic that goes into landfills.

Businesses like restaurants can send their food scraps to the Miramar Greenery composting facility at the landfill, but they have to get a permit and comply with a bunch of other rules.

For instance, a developer could invest in a project to capture planet-warming methane that leaks from a landfill but there aren’t a lot of projects like that left.

Recycling the heater or disposing it in a landfill will also lead to some emissions.

Most old clothes end up in landfills, where space is already limited.

It’s mostly going to landfills regardless, unless and until we all up our game.

To dispose of it, utilities can either transport the waste to a landfill with a protective liner on the bottom or mix it with water in an ash pond without a layer underneath.

A new process could cut down on the amount of plastics buried in landfills.