The daily landfill cell is not only the heart of landfill operations, it’s also the biggest cost center. So…how can you select the most cost-effective and productive cell configuration and combinations for your site?
Join Neal Bolton for the second session in our Airspace Management Master Class exploring optimum cell geometry, factors, and considerations, and how you can design and build the best cell configuration for your landfill.
In this presentation, Bolton will walk through the factors, considerations, and best practices in designing and building optimum cell configuration, including: compaction, equipment costs, soil usage, waste handling and placement costs, minimizing issues (e.g., litter, birds, vectors, odors), and optimum cell geometry. Within this discussion, we’ll take a look compaction, its impact on cell geometry, and the techniques available to optimize it. We’ll explore the cost factors associated with daily cell management, and how you can evaluate and estimate soil, cover, and waste handling costs. We’ll cover the typical cell construction issues (e.g., litter, birds, vectors, and odors), the techniques and applications available, and the best practices for minimizing issue impact. And finally, Bolton will outline how you can identify, design, and apply the most cost-effective cell configuration for your landfill.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Learn how to identify the most optimum cell configuration for your landfill
- Learn how to minimize litter, birds, vectors, and odors during cell construction
- Learn how to evaluate the costs associated with soil, cover, and waste handling
- Learn how compaction affects optimum cell geometry
Airspace Management Master Class Series
This is the second session in our 3-part Airspace Management Master Class exploring the latest techniques, innovations, and best practices for landfill airspace management, including: fill sequence and soil management planning; optimum cell design and configuration; and daily soil, cover, and compaction. This master class also saves you 20%! Click here if you’d like to attend the full 3-session series instead.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.