Hazardous waste landfill: Waiting for the market to emerge

Overnight, 16 July 2004 was supposed to mark the beginning of a new era in waste management, with the banning of the "co-disposal" of hazardous waste in landfills containing biodegradable refuse. Zero Waste's site at Port Clarence, a carefully engineered repository situated on heavily contaminated land on the Tees Estuary, is one of the handful of new hazardous waste landfills which have opened in response to the co-disposal ban. But like other hazardous landfill operators, the company has yet to enjoy strong demand for its services.

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