Landfills (Nonhazardous waste storage facilities)
For the proper management of its waste storage facilities, Paprec uses top-of-the-line construction techniques and the best recovery technology to ensure that the sites have the lowest possible greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact.
Biogas capture and recovery
In waste storage facilities, waste undergoes anaerobic digestion in an oxygen free container, producing methane gas, the main component of biogas.
Paprec can then use that biogas to generate heat and electricity using engines, furnaces, and turbines, a process called Combined Heat and Power (CHP). In our facilities, such as the one in La Chapelle-sur-Oreuse (89), biogas generates electricity for close to 3000 households, and almost all the sites leachate is processed.
Constant environmental monitoring
All of Paprec’s facilities are constantly monitored to ensure that they have the lowest possible environmental impact. There are monthly audits for impact and regulation conformity. All our storage facilities are certified ISO 14001.
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