Workshop: Landfill Mining - Myth and reality I

SESSION F5 / / 15:30 - 17:10
Workshop: Landfill Mining - Myth and reality I
Chair / Presidente: Claudia Neculau and Marta Popova (BE)

During the two workshop sessions, the partners of both EU-funded projects (RAWFILL and SMART GROUND) will emphasize the necessity of broad data collection in order to redesign the traditional risk-based landfill management into a dynamic resource supplying system. The inventory of landfills will be explained in relation to a comprehensive Conceptual Site Model taking into account cross-cutting policies such as sustainable development goals, climate change and land management as well as resource recovery through landfill mining opportunities.

Introductory lectures:

M. Popova (BE)
Introduction to landfill mining

C. Neculau (BE), F. Coulon (UK)
Scope and focus of Smart Ground and Rawfill

E. Wille (BE)
Data mining as first step of landfill mining

C. Neculau (BE)
Overview of critical factors for landfill mining projects – Drivers, health and safety measures

D. Caterina (BE)
Landfill investigation by using geophysical prospection multi-methods

R. De Rijdt (BE)
Landfills and their environment (threats and opportunities measured through RAWFILL Enhanced Landfill Inventory Structure)

E. Wille (BE)
Stepwise Decision making (ranking, categorizing, time management)

E. Wille (BE)
Dynamic Landfill Management as innovative concept. Decision support tools : RAWFILL DST phase I – linkage to SMARTGROUND DST

Landfill Mining case studies: lessons learnt

C. Neculau(BE)
The landfill of Onoz (Jemeppe-sur-Sambre, BE) and the Green deal

F. Coulon (UK)
Landfill Mining & Reclamation at Sandford Farm (Reading, UK)

S. Wagland
Energy recovery opportunities from landfill mining (University of Cranfield, UK)

E. Wille (BE)
Brownfield redevelopment and LFM: 5 landfills but 5 different projects