Economic impact of prohibiting landfill development within 2000 feet of public schools
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Published by State of Illinois, Institute of Natural Resources in Chicago .
Written in English



  • Illinois.


  • Sanitray landfills -- Environmental aspects -- Illinois.,
  • Sanitary landfills -- Economic aspects -- Illinois.,
  • Sanitary landfills -- Safety regulations -- Illinois.,
  • Public schools -- Safety regulations -- Illinois.,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Law and legislation -- Economic aspects -- Illinois.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby George Noble ; project officer, Mike Friedman.
SeriesDocument - State of Illinois, Institute of Natural Resources ; no. 79/05, Document (Illinois Institute of Natural Resources) ;, no. 79/05.
LC ClassificationsTD795.7 .N59
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 166 p. ;
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4070296M
LC Control Number79624235

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  The largest single environmental headache for schools and colleges is waste, he said, covering a spectrum of key areas from the obvious such as packaging and food waste through to the less immediately apparent concerns such as how to dispose of hazardous waste from the chemistry labs and groundsman's tool shed.   An often overlooked question in economic analysis, is who and what is negatively impacted by includes owners of properties close to landfills, water users and ecosystems, people living and working within the airshed of landfills as well as the recipients of climate change attributed to increases in greenhouse lls do.   However, it must be emphasized that, as much as the design of a development matters to the environment, its location can matter even more. The best, most compact and internally walkable design in the world is unlikely to overcome the impacts associated with leapfrog sites that pass over developable land to settle on locations even farther outside the existing footprint of a metro region. The study concludes that landfills will likely have an adverse impact upon housing values when the landfill is located within several blocks of an expensive housing area. of the economic.

What Are the Disadvantages Facing the Poor Community Public Schools?. Public schools were designed to ensure that all children receive access to free and comprehensive basic education. However, schools in poor areas face serious obstacles. Their students may be less prepared for school and often struggle with family. For the health sector, this includes bn for medical supplies, bn for bonus payments to health workers, and bn for the health sector’s development. For the economic impact, the law includes 20bn for allowances to the unemployed because of COVID, and bn for transfers to poor households. landfill gas, the detection of landfill odors on offsite properties should warn of a significant public health threat. Odors and other adverse conditions created by landfill operations cause property values to decrease within a mile or so of the landfill. New Subtitle D regulations prescribe a "dry tomb" landfilling approach in which untreated MSW. The “harms and benefits” list must examine the impact a landfill project will have on surrounding communities as well as its environmental, social and economic benefits, the paper says.