Recycling and burying waste in Saravan site and eliminating unpleasant odors

Recycling and Burying Waste in Saravan Site and Eliminating Unpleasant Odors

Today, recycling and landfilling municipal waste is one of the significant environmental problems and challenges. Landfills are so widespread these days that litter, odors, and leachate have polluted water, soil, and the environment. In recent years, the problem has become more widespread in many areas, including Gilan province, which faces a population density and lack of suitable spaces for landfilling.

As today the Saravan region of Rasht with towering trees as one of the natural and unique beauties has become one of the landfills and a severe challenge in this province; A mountain of garbage with a height of more than 80 meters with an unpleasant odor and waste leachates that have entered the surface waters and streams, and has also been intensified by rainfall.

The Challenge: Recycling of waste and reducing the inflow of garbage to the Saravan site, preventing the release of unpleasant odors, preventing the production of leachate, or preventing the entry of leachate into surface waters