M for Must Safe Disposal at a Secured/ Sanitary / Safe Landfill. The 3rd M is for Must Safe Disposal of Hazardous Plastics at Secured / Sanitary Landfill. Many Nations don’t have one. They must find innovative way how plastic wastes are retained and put into other harmless uses. ExNoRa shared many.
LANDFILLS THAT ACCEPT HOUSEHOLD WASTE AS WELL AS OTHER WASTES.
Landfills composed mainly of clean-fill, but also construction and demolition waste with light contaminants.
Landfills where construction and demolition materials such as wood products, asphalt, plasterboard, insulation and others are disposed to land.
Landfills where clean-fill material is disposed to land. Clean-fill material is material that when buried will have no adverse effect on people or the environment. It includes virgin natural materials such as clay, soil and rock, and other inert materials such as concrete or brick that are free of: combustible, putrescible, degradable or leachable components hazardous substances products or materials derived from hazardous waste treatment, hazardous waste stabilisation or hazardous waste disposal practices materials that may present a risk to human or animal health such as medical and veterinary waste, asbestos or radioactive substances liquid waste.
Landfills that accepts specified industrial wastes. In most cases industrial waste landfills are mono-fills associated with a specific industry or facility.
Under the Waste minimisation Act 2008, landfills that accept household waste (which is not entirely from construction, renovation, or demolition of a house) must register as a disposal facility.
Disposal facilities are subject to the waste disposal levy of $10 per tonne of waste disposed of at the facility.
For more about the levy see About the waste disposal levy.