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Anti-freeze, transmission fluid), cleaners, pesticides, mercury, solvents, used oil, whole tyres and household batteries. A key policy development which builds on the concept of the landfill ban has been the European Union Landfill Directive (1999/31/EC). The main provision of this directive is the progressive banning of municipal biodegradable waste from landfills, to 35% of 1995 levels by 2020. In the UK this means at least 6 Mt pa must be diverted (this could reach 33 Mt pa if arisings continue to grow).
Recent years have seen a growth in landraising, or above ground landfills. Although more visually intrusive, landraising does offer some environmental benefits. Wastes are kept further from any potential contact with groundwater, and leakages are easier to identify and control. Pollution from landjills. A waste disposal facility must guarantee adequate control over the two main types of pollution - leachate and landfill gas. When landfill gas is collected some liquid (condensate) is also collected.
Compost from mixed domestic wastes is not easily marketed. Cases of failure to find markets have been well documented in Germany and other European countries. However, compost produced by plants in the Middle East has been in such demand that in some cases would-be customers have had to join a two year waiting list. Composts produced in Japan (from sewage sludge, agricultural and municipal wastes) and the former USSR are used almost exclusively by farmers. Increasingly, countries are favouring the separate collection of putrescible household wastes.