What is Landfill Leachate?
Leachate is a liquid that is formed when rainwater is filtered through waste material in a landfill site. Leachate liquid can be hazardous due to the chemicals that are drawn from the waste material which is why it is pumped from the bottom of the landfill to storage tanks for safe disposal.
How can it be measured?
Landfill leachate can be very aggressive and made up of lots of different toxic substances, this is where non-contacting level monitoring and control is beneficial, as it means staff do not come into contact with the liquid and can view the level of leachate tanks at a safe distance.
There are other level monitoring opportunities in glass culets and lime tank applications.
How can Pulsar Measurement help?
Pulsar Measurement has a range of products that can help operators effectively monitor the level of leachate in a landfill.
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