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currently being reviewed and further developed to be pilot Sanitary Landfill in Indonesia.Â A system of monitoring and capturing or collecting LFG (Landfill Gas) has been done to
Bangkletâ€™s Sanitary Landfill of the dry Cell Pilot Plant, especially for the second layer.Â LFG measurement results show the average value of 32.99% for CH4, 31.87% for CO2,Â 5.4% for O2 and up to 29.68% for other gases. But the arrests and the collection of LFGÂ system still needs improvement, because there are some leaks that led to the entry ofÂ oxygen into the system and vice versa the LFG is released into the atmosphere. It isÂ suggested that the pattern of capture, and utilization of LFG monitoring system have toÂ be applied to all Sanitary Landfills located in Indonesia.Â
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