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Facility Detail

IAG
(a.k.a./f.k.a.: Ihlenberger Abfallentsorgungs-Gesellschaft mbH)
CHWMEG Report Number: H981.0


City, State/Prov, Country:Selmsdorf, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Germany

Member Interest: This facility is currently being tracked by 2 members
(Member interest is not related to how many members use this facility.)

*Location Map:Google Maps

Review Program
(Visit Date):

There are 1 more reviews conducted prior to 2012 not shown.

Description of Services:The facility landfills both hazardous and nonhazardous wastes, as defined by the German government.

In order for waste to be accepted, generators describe waste to be disposed and provide analytical results and a sample if available. (According to the POC, hazardous wastes are preferred due to higher disposal value--about 60% of the waste received.) In some cases, IAG representatives will visit the generating site to evaluate the waste-generating process and obtain a waste sample. Additionally, the primary regulatory agency must approve transboundary waste shipments (including wastes accepted from outside the EU).

Additionally, wastes are disposed in segregated “monofill” areas, which separate asbestos, organic, oil-containing and heavy metal wastes from other inorganic wastes.

Most waste accepted is landfill disposed (solids); no pretreatment is done, except for solidification of leachate, gas condensate and truck rinseate as described above. Municipal solid waste and other recyclable streams are separated into an organic component, which is composted or landfill disposed of as applicable, and various recyclable streams, which are manually separated into plastics, cardboard, paper, cans, glass, etc. (conveyorized magnetic separation is used to remove steel cans); the recycling facility onsite is a separate company (RABA) with common ownership. Separated recyclables are baled or otherwise consolidated (rolloffs) for transport to offsite recycling facilities. According to the POC, any material with heating value >6,000 kjoules/kilogram must be sent offsite for energy recovery; waste with heat value <6,000 kjoules/kilogram may be landfill disposed of onsite, if acceptable according to other disposal criteria.


Description Date:2010 Facility Review Program

Facility Location Map:

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