Landfill sites are planned never to be used again (by government's because of the hazards involved.
For example: The rotting waste often contains toxic or harmful chemicals (although it should not) which could pose a health hazard to anyone living too near. It would not be appropriate to build a property, especially one with a garden, on such a site.
Another reason is that the decomposing waste uses up less space in the ground each year, it both compresses and loses some of its mass as methane gas. If a car or other heavy object passed over the site it could easily break through the soft ground, falling in to the hole that is left. If the air in the hole was more than about 50% methane, then anyone who landed in it would suffocate. There are other more obvious heath risks, such as broken glass, so these sites are kept with no possible plan for future use.
Solid Waste would be left in piles at a landfill site because solids aren't recyclable, so they therefore go to the land fill site like many other things.
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A landfill is a huge hole dug up into the earth which is then filled with rubbish that we throw out every day.
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It creates methane that can be used to create electricity
All of our rubbish goes to a landfill site
if you're going to bury a murdered baby in the landfill site then it will be really hard for the cops to find it
The groundwater near the landfill would become polluted by the wastes, unless the landfill site was carefully designed and built to prevent pollution of groundwater resources.
It is put in a landfill site and slowly it bio-degrades into the earth