1 edition of Development of the Illinois statewide inventory of land-based disposal sites found in the catalog.
Development of the Illinois statewide inventory of land-based disposal sites
|Statement||by William G. Dixon, Jr. ... [et al.] ; sponsored by Illinois Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center, State Water Survey Division, Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources.|
|Contributions||Dixon, William G., Illinois. Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center., Illinois. Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 91/12785 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||88620535|
The remaining 55 percent is carted off by two waste haulers-Fred Barbara Trucking Co. in Chicago and the XL Disposal Corp. of Crestwood-to landfills in Illinois or out of state. The acre Johns-Manville Corp. Superfund site is in Waukegan, Illinois. From the s to , an asbestos manufacturing facility and landfill operated at the site. Disposal practices resulted in air, groundwater and surface water contamination. EPA added the site .
Additionally, the Illinois EPA’s seven regional offices and 18 counties, the Ambraw Valley Solid Waste Agency and the City of Chicago have been delegated the authority to inspect landfills, transfer stations and compost sites in their jurisdictions, providing a needed service to the citizens of Illinois. At current disposal volume, the Chicago Metropolitan Region and the Southern Illinois Region of the State will face shortages of landfill capacity before other regions of the State. New or expanded waste transfer facilities are expected to be sited in many areas of the State and soonest in the two areas mentioned above.
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Mehnert, E, Hensel, BR, Keefer, DA, Brutcher, DF & Dixon, WGThe Development of the Illinois Statewide Inventory of Land-based Disposal Sites.
RR Series (Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center), no. 10, Hazardous Waste Research and Information by: 2. Mehnert, Edward ; Keefer, Donald A. / Statewide Inventory of Land-Based Disposal Sites: An Update. Illinois Dept.
of Energy and Natural Resources, Illinois Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center, State Water Survey Division, (RR Series (Hazardous Waste Research and Cited by: 1.
Mehnert, E, Mushrush, MJ & Perry, LGState Wide Inventory of Land-based Disposal Sites: FY'88 Update. RR Series (Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center), no.
41, Hazardous Waste Research and Information by: 1. The Development of the Illinois Statewide Inventory of Land-based Disposal Sites By Edward Mehnert, Bruce R. Hensel, Donald A. Keefer, David F. Brutcher and Jr. Inventory of Landbased Disposal Sites: Document on the Use of the Software for Access to the Inventory, version (TR Series (Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center); No.
10). Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center (HWRIC).Author: Steve L. Murray, John Garver, Lisa Damon. The Statewide Inventory of Land-Based Disposal Sites is a computerized database of all known land-based disposal sites in Illinois.
Land-based disposal sites include landfills, land application sites, open dumps, surface impoundments, and any other site where land is the final repository for waste. In addition, the Inventory contains. If you generate over kg ( lbs) of any kind of special waste, you must obtain and use an Illinois EPA identification number.
The state of Illinois uses this digit number to monitor and track special waste activities. You will need to use your identification number when you send special waste off site for management and disposal.
Instructions for Completing State of Illinois Records Disposal Certificate (Form ARD State Archives conduct a records inventory of its agency. A Unit field representative uses an significant historical events or document the history and development of an agency or policy.
Did you know that it is illegal in Illinois to throw a specific set of electronic devices (listed below) into the trash. The Consumer Electronics Recycling Act establishes a statewide system for recycling and/or reusing a set of electronic devices that are unwanted by Illinois residents.
The electronics manufacturers are required to participate in the management of these devices. a biosecure manner and that disposal group personnel are familiar with and exercise appropriate biosecurity measures. Obtain local regulations and procedures for carcass disposal from the State Animal Health Official or State response team.
The GIS Lab is committed to provide GIS data for the state of Illinois and the U.S. to both the UIS community and off-campus users.
A wealth of public domain data is available for scientists and researchers at no cost. Although many public datasets can be obtained through websites and/or public. The Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC) developed a historical inventory of solid waste sites comprised of three parts: Lists of sites, Maps of locations of solid waste disposal sites, and a report, “Solid Waste Management in Northeastern Illinois, A Regional Update”.
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Residential E-Waste Collection Sites Page Content Individual consumers shall not be charged a fee when bringing their covered electronic devices and eligible electronic devices to collection locations, unless a financial incentive of equal or greater value, such as a coupon, is provided.
ated on-site. Some requirements laid out in this law apply to all hazardous waste generators, but most are specific to the amount of waste being generated. Similar procedures are required under state laws governing the management of hazardous waste, uni-versal waste, and used oil in the state of Illinois (35 IAC ).
Title: Statewide Landfill Inventory Progress Report: Author(s): Dixon, William G.; Hensel, Bruce R. Subject(s): Sanitary landfills -- Illinois: Abstract: The purpose of the Statewide Landfill Inventory is to determine the location and characteristics of all known landfill, impoundment, and land application waste disposal sites in Illinois at which hazardous wastes may have been disposed.
The 19th century county atlas/plat book is more popular than ever, not only with genealogists, but with newer audiences finding them useful for historic site and environmental research. The Illinois State Library owns a very extensive collection of plat books and maps.
that the Chicago region has 8 years of waste disposal remaining (the lowest in the state) as compared to 47 years in southern Illinois. The entire state has an overall 19 years of space remaining for waste disposal. All of the landfills in the Chicago metro region are privately owned and operated.
The region’s. Activity Stream. David Clark updated the dataset NIPC Historical Inventory of Solid Waste Disposal Sites in Northeastern Illinois over 2 years ago. cmapjmatthews updated the dataset NIPC Historical Inventory of Solid Waste Disposal Sites in Northeastern Illinois over 5 years ago.
cmapjmatthews updated the resource McHenry Solid Waste Site List in the dataset NIPC Historical Inventory of Solid. Project Summary. InAPA reported to the FHWA on the findings of a survey of federal, state, regional, and local needs for an updated land-use classification standard.
Then, in MayAPA, along with the participation of six other federal agencies, initiated the Land-Based Classification Standards (LBCS) project to update the SLUCM. ILLINOIS STATE ARCHIVES. SPRINGFIELD, IL () AGENCY.
Illinois State University. DIVISION. Vice President of Finance and Planning. SUBDIVISION. Pursuant to the provisions of the State Records Act (5 ILCS /1 et seq.), I hereby request authority to dispose of state government records according to the schedule which follows.Melissa Spiegel, director P.O.
Box Des Moines, IA Phone: Fax: Inventory of Landbased Disposal Sites: Document on the Use of the Software for Access to the Inventory, version Murray, Steve L.; Garver, John; Damon, Lisa Use this link to cite this item.