Environmental Health Landfill Management – Heat Transfer Modelling at Soil Materials for Agricultural Food Protection and Sustainability
Tilemachos K. Koliopoulos , Fateh Mebarek-Oudina , Panagiotis Kouloumbis , Krystyna Ciarkowska , Jacek Antonkiewicz
AbstractThe underground vertical lateral soil barrier design adjacent to boundaries of landfill sites, for the environmental health management of landfill emissions and waste biodegradation is reviewed for agricultural food and public health protection. The aim is to better understand the role of heat transfer at undergound soil materials as barriers for agricultural food protection and sustainable development within landfill biodegradation processes on the landfill gas migration and efficient economic designs in relation to landfill emissions management techniques. The variations of heat transfer and landfill gas migration next to landfill boundaries are evaluated. The field data confirm that waste pretreatment and leachate recirculation are sustainable and accelerate the waste biodegradation within landfill biotechnologies in time protecting agricultural resources and public health from associated toxic chemical hazards. In this study is investigated the right operational project management of efficient heat transfer design related to soil materials within geoinformation numerical simulation utilities. Also a risk assessment monitoring framework is presented for agricultural food protection and sustainability of associated efficient infrastructures in circular economy that promote safe environmental ecological community health facilities.
|Publication size in sheets||0.8|
|Book||Koliopoulos Tilemachos K., Mebarek Oudina Fateh (eds.): Emerging Environmental Technologies and Health Protection, Emerging Environmental Technologies and Health Protection, vol. 2, 2019, Telegeco, 101 p.|
|Keywords in English||Efficient landfill biotechnologies in circular economy; heat transfer modelling; monitoring schemes for agricultural food protection; soil and other construction materials; ecological health and forest protection; efficient community health infrastructures; geoinformation utilities; public health protection; fluid mechanics|
|License||Journal (articles only); author's original; ; after publication|
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