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 If Wikipedia were a municipal landfill, which one would it be?

Answer Fresh Kills Landfill on Staten Island, at one time the world's largest, now slated to eventually become Freshkills Park. By comparison, Wikipedia is the world's largest "information" dump, slated ... Read More »
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How do I identify asbestos in a landfill?

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The Effects of Landfill Pollutants?

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What percent of a landfill is food?

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